HL Deb 19 May 1862 vol 166 cc1862-3

On the Motion of Lord REDESDALE, it was resolvedThat if any Lord shall have by Mistake gone out with the Contents or Not-Contents (as the Case may be) having intended to vote on the other Side, he shall wait until the other Lords in the same Lobby shall have passed out, and on presenting himself to the Tellers desire that he may not be counted by them, he having entered that Lobby by Mistake; and the Tellers shall there- upon come with such Lord to the Table and inform the House of the Circumstance, and the Lord on the Woolsack or in the Chair (as the Case may be) shall ask the said Lord whether he was in the House when the Question was put, and, if he shall reply in the Affirmative, whether he desires to vote Content or Not Content on such Question; and the Vote of the said Lord as then declared by him shall be taken by the Tellers in the House, and recorded by them accordingly.

House adjourned at a quarter before Six o'clock, till To-morrow, half-past Ten o'clock.