This bibliography is based on A Checklist of the Principal Publications of Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley, compiled by Andrew F. Wilson and published in 1985. A number of additions and amendments have been made. It has not been possible to contact Mr. Wilson. If anyone has details of how Mr. Wilson can be contacted will they please let the owner of this website know.

1906

‘Elementary Education and Religion’. Times, 1906, February 24, p. 10.

‘Elementary Education and Religion’. Times, 1906, March 3, p. 8.

‘Gowbarrow Park’. Times, 1906, March 19, p. 10.

'To a Thrush on a Mid-March Morning' (Sonnet). Nature Notes, 1906, vol. XVII, no. 196, April, p. 61.

‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’. Spectator, 1906, vol. 96, April 14, p. 581.

‘The Destruction of Shoulthwaite Moss’. Times, 1906, April 25, p. 4.

'The Egret's Royal Charter' (Sonnet). Nature Notes, 1906, vol. XVii, no. 198, June, p. 105.

‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’. Times, 1906, June 28, p. 8.

‘Senator Hoar’. Century, 1906, vol. 72, July, p. 379.

‘The Opening of Gowbarrow’. Times, 1906, July 27, p. 4.

‘Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Lawson at Aspatria’. Times, 1906, September 10, p. 7.

‘Holman Hunt’s “The Lady of Shalott”’. Times, 1906, October 22, p. 8.

‘Wordsworth’. Homes and Haunts of famous Authors. London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Company, 1906, pp. 3-18.

‘Tennyson’. Homes and Haunts of famous Authors. London: Wells Gardner, Darton & Company, 1906, pp. 137-151.

Months at the Lakes. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1906.

A Sonnet Chronicle 1900-1906. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1906.

1907

‘Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Lawson at Aspatria’. Times, 1907, January 14, p. 6.

‘[Skating on Derwent Water]’. Times, 1907, February 5, p. 9.

'The Things that Cannot be Shaken'. The Christian World Pulpit, 1907, February 20, pp. 119-121.

‘The Offer to the Nation of Holman Hunt’s Picture “The Ship”’. Times, 1907, April 6, p. 12.

'Personal Power after Death'. The Church Family Newspaper. 1907, April 12.

‘The Holman Hunt Picture “The Ship”’. Times, 1907, May 14, p. 8.

‘Third Class Sleeping Accommodation’. Times, 1907, August 13, p. 9.

'Praise and Life'. The Christian World Pulpit, 1907, August 21, pp. 123-124.

‘Bridge Saving Versus Bridge Destruction’. Times Engineering Supplement, 1907, September 18, p. 298.

'Worship and Conduct'. Supplement to The Church Family Newspaper, 1907, November 28, p. 912.

‘In Memory of Dr. Barnado’. Times, 1907, December 10, p. 8.

Dominus Illuminatio Meo. An Oxford Pageant Sermon Preached at St. Mary's on Sunday the Fith after Trinity, 1907.

1908

‘Luminous Birds’. Times, 1908, January 14, p. 6.

'A Symbol of Humility' (The Daisy). The Church Family Newspaper, 1908, July 17, p. 629.

'The Thrush's Funeral' (Poem). Nature Notes, 1908, vol. XIX, no. 224, August, p. 141.

‘Possibilities of Christian Union’. Times, 1908, August 7, p. 9.

‘Lambeth Conference Committee on Prayer-Book Revision’. Times, 1908, September 11, p. 5.

‘The Referendum’. Times, 1908, November 27, p. 14.

'Tribulation Worketh Patience. "The Milton Tercentenary"' The Church Family Newspaper, 1908, December 18, p. 1104.

Milton Tercentenary Sermon Preached in Peterborough Cathedral. Cranleigh: A. K. Sabin, 1908.

1909

'The Earthquake'. The Christian World Pulpit, 1909, January 13, pp. 20-22.

'The Destruction of the Road-Side.' Nature Notes, 1909, vol. XX, no. 232, April, pp. 58-60.

‘The Road Conference on London’. Times, 1909, April 30, p. 14.

‘Holbein’s “Duchess of Milan”’. Times, 1909, May 14, p. 8.

‘A Diligence Accident at Bignasco’. Times, 1909, June 9, p. 14.

'Co-Education’. Times, 1909, July 27, p. 14.

‘The Tennyson Centenary’. Times, 1909, August 3, p. 11.

‘Improper Books’. Times, 1909, December 10, p. 11.

‘The Tennyson Centenary Memorial’. Times, 1909, December 16, p. 7.

‘The View of Windsor Castle from the River’. Times, 1909, December 25, p. 9.

Poems at Home and Abroad. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1909.

Round the Lake Country. Glasgow: James MacLehose, 1909.

1910

‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’. Spectator, 1910, vol. 104, May 7, pp. 766-767.

‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’. Spectator, 1910, vol. 104, June 4, p. 926.

‘Derwentwater and Borrowdale’. Times, 1910, June 28, p. 11.

‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’. Times, 1910, August 15, p. 11.

‘Circulating Libraries for Schools’. Times, 1910, August 17, p. 4.

‘The Tennyson Centenary Memorial’. Times, 1910, September 2, p. 9.

‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’. Times, 1910, September 8, p. 6.

‘The King Edward Memorial’. Times, 1910, September 17, p. 11.

‘Owls and the Rat Plague’. Times, 1910, December 24, p. 6.

‘Local Memorials to King Edward’. Times, 1910, December 24, p. 11.

1911

‘Coronation Bonfires’. Times, 1911, February 17, p. 8.

‘Coronation Bonfires’. Times, 1911, March 15, p. 10.

‘The Late Dr. J. B. Paton’. Times, 1911, March 21, p. 7.

‘Colley Hill, Reigate’. Times, 1911, April 8, p. 7.

‘Coombe Hill, Bucks’. Times, 1911, April 25, p. 8.

‘Coronation Bonfires’. Times, 1911, May 25, p. 12.

‘Coronation Bonfires’. Times, 1911, June 28, p. 12.

‘The Black Redstart’. Times, 1911, July 13, p. 7.

‘National Trust and the Lake Frontage on Ullswater’. Times, 1911, August 15, p. 10.

'Strike Sunday'. The Christian World Pulpit, 1911, August 30, pp. 137-139.

‘The Tattershall Mantelpieces: Appeal for Purchase Money’. Times, 1911, September 14, p. 5.

‘To the Editor of the Times’. Times, 1911, September 14, p. 5.

‘Appeal by Canon Rawnsley’. Times, 1911, September 15, p. 6.

‘To the Editor of the Times’. Times, 1911, September 15, p. 6.

‘To the Editor of the Times’. Times, 1911, September 16, p. 6.

‘The Tattershall Mantelpieces’. Times, 1911, September 20, p. 7.

‘To the Editor of the Times’. Times, 1911, September 20, p. 7.

‘Tattershall Castle: The National Trust and Public Feeling’. Times, 1911, September 23, p. 8.

‘Tattershall Castle’. Times, 1911, September 25, p. 9.

‘The Ullswater Foreshore and the National Trust’. Times, 1911, October 7, p. 8.

‘Portinscale Bridge’. Times, 1911, October 13, p. 4.

‘The Portinscale Bridge’. Spectator, 1911, vol. 107, October 28, pp. 682-683.

‘Portinscale Bridge’. Times, 1911, November 10, p. 3.

‘Portinscale Bridge’. Spectator, 1911, vol. 107, November 11, pp. 792-793.

‘A Foreword by Canon Rawnsley’. Some Records of the Annual Grasmere Sports. Compiled with Hugh H. Machell. Carlisle: Charles Thurnam and Sons; London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1911, pp. 131-18.

The Book of the Coronation Bonfires. Carlisle: Charles Thurnam and Sons, 1911.

By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1911.

Pernicious Literature: An Address Delivered by Canon Rawnsley of Carlisle, at the Guild Conference of the United Free Church, held at Hawick, November 19th, 1910. Glasgow: Robert MacLehose and Co., 1911.

Sermon Preached in Halton Holgate Church by Canon Rawnsley on the Occasion of a Memorial in Halton Holgate Church to former Rectors, Churchwardens, and Parish Clerks, on April 24th, 1911. Spilsby: W.K. Morton and Sons, 1911.

1912

‘Pernicious Literature’. Hibbert Journal, 1912, vol. 10, January, pp. 462-468.

‘Hydro-Aeroplanes on Windermere’. Times, 1912, January 4, p. 9.

‘The Proposed Aviation School for the Lake District’. Spectator, 1912, vol. 108, January 13, p. 56.

‘The Hydro-Aeroplanes on Windermere’. Times, January 15, p. 4.

‘Hydro-Aeroplanes on Windermere: The Six Miles Speed Limit’. Times, 1912, January 23, p. 6.

‘Memories of the Tennysons at Somersby’. Cornhill Magazine, 1912, vol. 32, February, pp. 170-179. [See also Memories of the Tennysons, 1900]

‘Public Interest in the Efforts to Save the Bridge’. Carlisle Journal, 1912, February 2, p. 7.

'The Good of Gratitude'. The Church Family Newspaper, 1912, March 1, p. 8.

‘Colley Hill’. Times, March 23, p. 7.

'The Thrush's Word' (Sonnet). Nature Notes, 1912, vol. XXIII, no. 268, April, p. 71.

'The Faith that Overcomes'. The Church Family Newspaper, 1912, April 26, p. 8.

‘Pensions for Secondary Teachers’. Times, 1912, April 26, p. 6.

‘Portinscale Bridge’. Times, 1912, May 7, p. 7.

‘The Head of Windermere’. Times, 1912, July 2, p. 5.

‘At Asolo: A Browning Memory’. Cornhill Magazine, 1912, vol. 33, August, pp. 184-192.

'The Christian Altar of Self-Sacrifice'. The Church Family Newspaper, 1912, August 9.

‘Borran’s Field, Ambleside’. Times, 1912, August 10, p. 7.

‘Charles Dickens Connexion with the Lake District’. Contemporary Review, 1912, vol. 102, September, pp. 379-387. [See also Chapter IV, Chapters at the English Lakes, 1913, pp. 104-125.]

'The Greatness of Service'. The Christian World Pulpit, 1912, September 11, pp. 168-171.

‘Rainfall at the English Lakes’. Times, 1912, September 3, p. 6.

‘The Head of Windermere and the Roman Fort’. Times, 1912, October 5, p. 8.

‘Preservation of Finchampstead Ridges’. Times, 1912, October 5, p. 8.

‘The Head of Windermere’. Times, 1912, December 10, p. 4.

The Power of Personal Service. A Sermon in Memory of Octavia Hill. Preached by Canon Rawnsley in the Cathedral Church of St. Saviour's, Southwark, August 21st, 1912. Keswick: T. Bakewell, 1912.

1913

‘Censorship of Post-Cards’. Times, 1913, January 7, p. 10.

‘A Post-Card Censorship’. Times, 1913, January 14, p. 9.

‘Windermere’. Times, 1913, January 25, p. 13.

‘Windermere: Queen Adelaide’s Hill and Millerground Glen and Landing’. Spectator, 1913, vol. 110, February 1, p. 192.

‘To the Heroes of Terra Nova’. Daily News and Leader, 1913, February 12, p. 6.

‘The Browning Love Letters’. Times, 1913, March 12, p. 11.

'To the Heroes of the Antarctic' (Sonnets). British Review. 1913, vol. II, April, pp. 80-84.

‘Cinematographs and the Child’. Times, 1913, April 12, p. 10.

‘A Beauty Spot on Windermere’. Spectator, 1913, vol. 111, July 19, p. 98.

‘Queen Adelaide Hill, Windermere’. Times, 1913, August 13, p. 9.

‘A Traffic Board for the Provinces’. Times, 1913, August 21, p. 8.

‘Rob Roy MacGregor’s Home’. Times, 1913, November 22, p. 11.

‘The Chid and the Cinematograph Show’. Hibbert Journal, 1913, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 836-851.

'Angel Messages of Christmas'. The Church Family Newspaper. 1913, December 23, p. 8.

Chapters at the English Lakes. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1913.

The Child and the Cinematograph Show and the Picture Post-Card Evil. Keswick: 1913.

1914

‘Tor Hill, Wells, Somerset’. Times, 1914, January 24, p. 9.

‘Memorial to Sir Robert Hunter’. Times, 1914, January 31, p. 9.

‘A National Benefactor – Sir Robert Hunter’. Cornhill Magazine, 1914, vol. 36, February, pp. 230-239.

‘Offensive Picture Postcards: Need for Legislation’. Times, 1914, February 11, p. 3.

‘Roadside Beauty’. Times, 1914, March 21, p. 6.

‘The Certain Postponement of Home Rule’. Times, 1914, March 24, p. 10.

‘The Cinematograph and the Child: Canon Rawnsley’s Indictment’. Times Educational Supplement, 1914, April 7, p. 66.

‘The Austrian Hymn’. Times, 1914, July 2, p. 9.

‘Hark to the Moaning of the North Sea’ (Sonnet). Times, 1914, September 26, p. 9.

‘Sonnets of War’. British Review, 1914, vol. 8, October, pp. 87-93.

‘Ambulance Motor-Cars’. Times, 1914, October 13, p. 9.

‘Sonnets of War: Second Series’. British Review, 1914, vol. 8, October, pp. 285-290.

‘To Great Britain’. English Review, 1914, vol. 18, November, p. 403.

‘Belgium’. Times, 1914, November 7, p. 9.

‘Chrism Crosses, St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite’. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1914, vol. 14, pp. 295-297.

A National Benefactor: Sir Robert Hunter. Colchester: Spottiswoode & Co., 1914.

1915

‘In a Harvest Field’. British Review, 1915, vol. 9, January, p. 83.

‘A Contrast’. British Review, 1915, vol. 9, January, p. 83.

‘1915’. Times, 1915, January 1, p. 7.

‘Belgium’. Living Age, 1915, vol. 284, January 30, p. 258. [See 14 in 1914]

‘To Great Britain’. Living Age, 1915, vol. 284, February 20, p. 450. [See 13 in 1914]

‘Bird Sentinels: The Sensitive Ear of the Pheasant’. Times, 1915, February 22, p. 5.

‘The Danger of Extremes’. Times, 1915, April 5, p. 8.

‘Masters and Servants’. Times, 1915, June 30, p. 10.

'The War and Some of Its Lessons'. The Parents' Review, 1915, vol. XXVI, July, no. 7, pp. 481-488.

‘Peat for Fuel’. Times, 1915, July 13, p. 7.

'Peat for Fuel’. Times, 1915, July 20, p. 7.

‘Did Edward II Escape to Italy?’ British Review, 1915, vol. 12, October, pp. 92-101.

The European War, 1914-1915. London: J. & J. Bennett, 1915.

What the War is All About. Some Lessons from the War. The Clergy and the War. Carlisle: Chas Thurnam & Sons, 1915.

1916

‘War Memorials’. Times Educational Supplement, 1916, February 1, p. 20.

‘War Memorials’. Times, 1916, February 4, p. 7.

‘Films and Posters’. Times, 1916, February 22, p. 11.

‘Easter at the Lakes: Colours and Flowers of Spring’. Times, 1916, April 13, p. 11.

‘The War and Education’. Education, 1916, May 12, pp. 214-216.

‘Education and a Royal Commission’. Times, 1916, June 17, p. 8.

‘Desecration of Nature’. Times, 1916, June 24, p. 9.

'The Desecration of Nature'. The Selborne Magazine and Nature Notes, 1916, vol. XXVII, no. 321, September, pp. 103-104.

‘Juvenile Crime’. Times, 1916, October 11, p. 9.

‘Notification of Births’. Times, 1916, November 23, p. 9.

‘Chrism Crosses at St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite’. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1916, vol. 16, pp. 273-278. [See also 15 in 1914]

Past and Present at the English Lakes. Glasgow: James MacLehose and Sons, 1916.

Shakespeare: A Tercentenary Sermon. London: Skeffington and Son, 1916.

The Altar of Self-Sacrifice. A Sermon Preached in the School Chapel, Uppingham, July 23rd, 1916, in Memory of Her Hero Sons. Uppingham: John Hawthorn, 1916.

1917

‘English Prisoners on the Russian Front’. Times, 1917, May 15, p. 8.

‘Juvenile Delinquency: The Facts and its Causes’. The Hibbert Journal, 1917, July, pp. 651-664.

‘Potash from Bracken’. Times, 1917, September 8, p. 8.

'The Larger Spotted Woodpecker: Allan Bank, Grasmere, 1917' (Poem). The Selborne Magazine and Nature Notes, 1917, vol. XXVIII, no. 334, September, pp. 106-107.

'The Great Spotted Woodpecker at Allan Bank'. The Parents' Review. 1917, vol. XXVIII, October, pp. 605-607.

'Robert Vernede'. Poetry Review. 1917, Nov-Dec., pp. 353-363.

Against a Premature and Inconclusive Peace: An Address Delivered on the Third Anniversary of the War by Canon Rawnsley at Grasmere, August 4th, 1917. Carlisle: Chas Thurnam & Sons, 1917.

1918

‘Vernede, Poet and Soldier’. Living Age, 1918, vol. 296, February 23, pp. 469-474. [See 1917 item 5 above]

'Reverence for Natural Beauty'. The Parents' Review. 1918, vol. XXIX, pp. 404-415.

'Reverence for Natural Beauty'. The Parents' Review. 1918, vol. XXIX, pp. 492-503.

'The Garden Warbler'. The Parents' Review. 1918, vol. XXIX, p. 504.

‘Wolmer Pond’. Times, 1918, June 28, p. 7.

‘Corn Salvage’. Times, 1918, September 25, p. 10.

‘Stonehenge’. Times, 1918, September 28, p. 10.

‘To the American Ambassador to Great Britain on Hearing of His Retirement’. Outlook, 1918, vol. 120, October 9, p. 230.

‘The Prisoners: Enforcement of Demands’. Times, 1918, October 11, p. 11.

‘The Blonde Beast’. Times, 1918, October 29, p. 8.

1919

‘The Hermitage Pictures’. Times, 1919, January 23, p. 13.

‘To the Editor of the Times’. Times, 1919, February 8, p. 3.

‘Bonfires on Peace Night’. Times, 1919, February 17, p. 11.

‘Ruskin Centenary’. Literary Digest, 1919, vol. 60, March 15, p. 38.

‘Liquor Control and the Carlisle Experiment’. Hibbert Journal, 1919, vol. 18, April, pp. 557-571.

‘Flares for Peace Night’. Times, 1919, April 30, p. 8.

‘Hands off Langstrath’. Times, 1919, May 22, p. 8.

‘The Lake District: Protection of Scafell Region’. Times, 1919, June 9, p. 6.

‘Stratford-on-Avon’. Times, 1919, June 19, p. 8.

‘War Memorials’. Times, 1919, June 23, p. 10.

‘Bonfires and Fireworks’. Times, 1919, June 30, p. 8.

‘Eastbury Manor House’. Times, 1919, July 12, p. 8.

‘Headstones for War Graves’. Times, 1919, July 21, p. 8.

‘Scafell Pike: A Gift to the Nation’. Times, 1919, September 27, p. 7.

'The Nobility and Necessity of Work'. The Church Family Newspaper. 1919, December 5, p. 26.

1920

'The Worth of Child Life'. The Church Family Newspaper. 1920, January 9, p. 10.

‘Getting Demobilized’. Times, 1920, January 22, p. 6.

'The Story of the Caedmon Cross at Whitby'. The Parents' Review. 1920, vol. XXXI, March, pp. 183-210.

‘The Plumage Bill: “Murderous Millinery”’. Times, 1920, March 16, p. 12.

‘The Wine Tax’. Times, 1920, April 26, p. 10.

‘The Re-Discovery of a Small Roman Household Altar’. Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 1920, vol. 20, pp. 151-153.

A Nation’s Heritage. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1920.