Women's Rights and Acts

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The Matrimonial Clauses Act 1857 meant it was no longer hard to take out a divorce and if the partner committed adultery, desertion or cruelty then it was another offence which meant she could achieve a divorce quicker and more cheap.

The Married Women's Property

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