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The Ladies' Edinburgh Magazine

The Ladies' Edinburgh Magazine was a literary magazine published by the Edinburgh Essay Society, later the Ladies' Edinburgh Literary Society, with contributions from women who became prominent figures in education, suffrage and welfare in Scotland.

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The Ladies' Edinburgh Magazine began in 1875 as a successor to "The Attempt", which is listed separately. It ran until 1880.

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