The Natural History Club was set up in 1861 by the Society. Membership included a small number of non-Society members. It was chaired by R. D. Darbishire and the secretary was Thomas Alcock. The Society held regular meetings to discuss natural history subjects, and it also supervised the Museum's "British Room". The Society as wound up in 1864; some members then joined the Microscopical Section of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, which was interested in similar subjects.
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