September 19th 1812.
Since our last were committed to York Castle,
James Slarkey, of Millbridge, in Liversedge, carpet weaver, charged upon the oath of James Robertson, and George
Ashworth, with having been guilty of divers misdemeanours within the West- Riding, particularly with having conspired, with sundry others, to blow up and destroy the Mill of William Cartwright, at
Rawfolds in the said, Riding, and endeavouring to entice the said James Robertson, and George Ashworth, to join with him in committing divers felonies, &c.