A true and brief account of the proceedings between Mr. David Fitz-Gerald and William Hetherington [relative to the Popish plot], before His Majesty in councel :
on Friday the 11th. of February 1680/1. Where the attorney-general was ordered to prosecute the said William Hetherington, and one Bryan Mac Donagh, (that goes under the name of Bernard Denis) a Dominican frier that came out of Ireland in October last, who formerly belonged to a convent at Sligoe in the kingdom of Ireland. And also the articles of the said Hetherington against Mr. Fitz-Gerald: with Mr. Fitz-Gerald's answer to each article. With six high and transcendent articles preferred by the said Mr. Fitz-Gerald against the said Hetherington, fully proved before His Majesty in councel.
|Main Creator:||Fitzgerald, David.|
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London : [s.n.], printed in the year MDCLXXXI. 
Page 14 misnumbered 12.
Signatures: [A]1(=E2?) B-D²E²(-E2).
Physical description: , 12 [i.e. 14] p. ; 2⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-ROM, 1996), T2415
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