HL Deb 22 June 1858 vol 151 cc156-7

Bill read 3a (according to order.)

LORD ST. LEONARDS moved the omission of the word "Crown" from the 19th clause, and to substitute in lien thereof the words, "the Judge Ordinary for the time being," as the party in whom property under litigation was to be vested.

After a few observations from Lord CRANWORTH and Lord ABINGER,

On Question, Whether the Word proposed to be left out shall stand Part of the Bill? their Lordships divided:—Contents 22; Not-Contents 22.

And the Numbers being equal, it was (according to ancient Rule), resolved in the negative.

Amendment agreed to.

Further Amendments made.

Bill passed, and sent to the Commons.

Chelmsford, L. (L. Chancellor.) Belper, L.
Calthorpe, L.
Campbell, L.
Somerset, D. Cranworth, L.
Foley, L. [Teller.]
Lansdowne, M. Granard, L. (E. Granard.)
Westminster, M.
Minster, L. (M. Conyngham.)
Carlisle, E.
Carnarvon, E. Somerhill, L. (M. Clanricarde.) [Teller.]
Clarendon, E.
Granville, E. Stanley of Alderley, L.
Grey, E. Truro, L.
Stanhope, E. Wycombe, L. (E. Shelburne.)
Wicklow, E.
Cleveland, D. Abinger, L.
Bolton, L.
Amherst, E. Brougham and Vaux, L.
Belmore, E. Clarina, L.
Desart, E. Colchester, L.
Harrington, E. Crofton, L.
Lucan, E. Kingston, L. (E. Kingston.)
Stradbroke, E. [Teller.] Moore, L. (M. Drogheda.) [Teller.]
De Vesci, V. Saint Leonards, L.
Dungannon, V. Talbot De Malahide, L.
Lifford, V. Wynford, L.