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17531831
a prolific writer of children's books during the late eighteenth century. The most famous was The Adventures of a Pincushion (c. 1783). Together, she and her sister-in-law, Dorothy Kilner, published over thirty books. Mary Ann published under the name "S.S.", which stood for her home in Spital Square, London.
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