Blood For Blood Says General Ludd
26th January 1813
Our Huddersfield Correspondent under yesterday's date, says,— that this week the tenters of
Mr, Joseph Mellor, of Dungeon, near Huddersfield one of the witnesses against the murderers of Mr. Horsfall, have been cut, and a piece of cloth in the shape of a heart, which had been cut from them,
pricked full of holes, and hung on the latch of his door, with an inscription upon it. " Blood for blood, says General Ludd," and an intimation that his heart should soon be in the same
situation. These infatuated men seem bent on their own destruction.