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Individuals came to Parliament to seek Private Acts to dissolve their marriages.
The Addison/Campbell divorce Act is significant as it was the first divorce Act to be obtained by a woman. Jane Campbell managed to divorce her husband Edward Addison on the grounds of adultery with her sister. She also managed to obtain custody of their children.
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