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Porterfield and Ed Joyce put on 41 runs for the third wicket before pacer Zahoor had Porterfield caught behind for 28.
Jarvis returned to the attack and had Stone caught behind for 32 before bowling Patel in the 63rd as he played across the line shortly after a batting point had been secured.
Sangakkara later reached 50 off 86 balls to add to the one-day century he scored here earlier this month, but he lost Sam Curran in the 91st over when he was caught behind off Patterson with 358 on the board.
Adil Rashid was the last wicket to fall before lunch, caught behind for four as Shami claimed his second victim of the innings.
Onions then struck in the fourth over of Lancashire's second innings when he had Tom Smith caught behind by Richardson, leaving the score at 3-1.
Hogan accounted for Mustard and Collingwood in consecutive overs before Cosker showed his experience by having Scott Borthwick leg before and Keaton Jennings caught behind.
Matthew Spriegel (16) was soon lbw to Chris Wright and then in the next over, Richard Levi's promising knock was ended on 43 when he was caught behind off Christopher Woakes for 43, and Northants were suddenly five down for 119.
Pradeep, who took a career best 3-62 in the first innings, had Mohammad Hafeez (one) caught behind in his second over and in his fourth swung one across Manzoor (six) for wicketkeeper Prasanna Jayawardene to take his seventh catch of the match.
Although Bailey was given out caught behind for a duck as Australia collapsed to 9/164 on Friday to trail England by 91, but top scorer Chris Rogers (61) claimed that the Tasmanian captain was 'adamant' he did not hit the ball.
The pace bowler caught Rachael Haynes and then had Meghann Lanning caught behind off one of her own deliveries in Hove.
Shahzad was last out, caught behind to give James Anyon his second wicket, but Notts' last four wickets had put on 244.
Stuart Broad dismissed skipper Brendon McCullum (1) and Swann had Tim Southee (38) caught behind after the initial morning delay, before more rain fell either side of lunch as New Zealand sensed a draw.