The National Society for Women's Suffrage began as a partnership of local suffrage societies established in Edinburgh, Manchester, London and Dublin. The Edinburgh Society was founded in November 1867.
'The Eighth Annual Meeting of the Edinburgh National Society for Women's Suffrage' was held in the Hall of the Literary Institute, South Clerk Street, 15th February 1876.
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Source: The Women's Suffrage Movement: A Reference Guide, 1866-1928, by Elizabeth Crawford