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This document contains an amendment made to the Addison/Campbell divorce Bill whilst it was being considered by the House of Lords.
The document reads:
'And in Order to secure as far as Circumstances will admit the virtuous education of the Children of the said Jane Campbell Be it Declared and Enacted that it shall not be lawful for the said Edward Addison to remove his daughter from the Care and Custody of her Mother during her Minority and that the Son and Daughter of the said Edward Addison shall during their respective Minorities be deemed and taken to be to all Intents and Purposes Wards of the High Court of Chancery'
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