Leeds Intelligencer (18/Mar/1793)

On Thurfday morning laft, a girl about eight years old, the daughter of George Armitage, of Lockwood, was unfortunately killed in a fcribbing engine at Folly-hall, near Huddersfield. It is fuppofed that a fpindle had cought her clothes, as fhe lay afleep ; which drawing her to the cylinder caufed her face to be mangled in a manner too fhocking to relate.


On Thursday morning last, a girl about eight years old, the daughter of George Armitage, of Lockwood, was unfortunately killed in a scribbing engine at Folly Hall, near Huddersfield. It is supposed that a spindle had caught her clothes, as she lay asleep ; which drawing her to the cylinder caused her face to be mangled in a manner too shocking to relate.

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