Babington, Anthony (1920-2004)

The Anthony Babington collection consists of manuscripts for several of Babington's writings.

Manuscripts by Babington in the collection include The English Bastille: A History of Newgate Goal and Prison Conditions in Britain, 1188-1902 (Macdonald and Co., 1971); The Only Liberty: A Short History of the Law in Britain; For the Sake of Example: Capital Courts-Martial, 1914-1920 (St. Martin's Press, 1983); Military Intervention in Britain: From the Gordon Riots to the Gibraltar Incident (Routledge, 1990); A World of Brick Bats: An Autobiography; The Devil to Pay; Shell Shock: A History of the Changing Attitudes to War Neurosis; The Distant Drum: The Social Progress of the British Soldier from 1066-1918 ; as well as his novel Middle Lane Temple, written under the pseudonym Nicholas Wrixon. Also included is Babington's introduction to the reprint of Percy Fitzgerald's Chronicles of Bow Street Police-Office (Patterson Smith, 1972).

Notable Figures
1. Babington, Anthony
Associated Subjects
1. Military History Subject Guide
2. Public Affairs Subject Guide
3. Irish Collections Subject Guide
4. Criminals, Cops, and Judges Subject Guide
5. Lawyers
6. Irish literature – 20th century
7. English literature – 20th century
8. Authors, Irish.