Lucy Peacock was probably born in London, where she had a bookshop in Oxford Street. She edited the Juvenile Magazine and composed a number of books for children.
The adventures Princesses of Babylon in the Travels to the temple of virtue. 1785.
Friendly labours. 1786.
The rambles of fancy. 1786.
The knight of the rose. 1793; 1807.
The visit for a week. 1794.
Ambrose and Eleanor ... translated. 1796.
A historical grammar [de la Croze, trans.] 1802.
The little emigrant, a tale. 2nd edition, 1802.
A chronological abridgment of world history 1807.
Patty Primrose. 1813.
Friendly labours, or tales and dramas for the amusement and instruction of youth. 1815.
Emily, or the test of sincerity. 1816.