|Died||1803 (aged 18–19)|
|Occupation||novelist and translator|
Mrs Bromley was the widow of an army officer.
- Laura and Augustus: an Authentic Story (1784)
- Ivey Castle: a novel: containing interesting memoirs of two ladies, late nuns in a French abolished convent (1794)
- The Cave of Cosenza: a Romance of the Eighteenth Century (1803) (translated from an Italian original)
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