This bibliography is based on A Checklist of the Principal Publications of Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley, compiled by Andrew F. Wilson and published in 1985, together with Mr. Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).  A number of additions and amendments have been made to these two documents.

1888

‘The Hope of the Dying Year: Sermon by the Rev. H. D. Rawnsley, Preached on the last Sunday of the Old Year, 1888, in Crosthwaite Parish Church’, [Source unknown.]

‘The Legend of St. Bees’, The Scots Magazine, 1 January 1888, p. 47. [Poem]

‘Edward Thring Memorial Fund’, Spectator, 61 (28 January 1888), 123.

[Sonnets], Uppingham School Magazine, (January 1888). [Poems]

‘To the Churches in Germany and Lovers of the Fatherland: A Funeral Hymn for the Emperor, Christian World Pulpit, 33 (21 March 1888), 183. [Hymn]

‘The Letter of Frederick III to Prince Bismarck’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1888). [Poem]

‘A Sonneteer at the New Gallery’, Pall Mall Gazette, 17 May 1888, p. 14. [Poem]

‘Life thro’ Death: St. Helen’s Colliery Explosion, Thursday, April 19th, 1888’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1888). [Poem]

‘Frederick III’, Spectator, 61 (June 1888), 886.

‘Lord, who before hast set’, Carlisle Journal, 20 July 1888, p. 6. [Hymn]

‘Lord, who before hast set’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 21 July 1888, p. 5. [Hymn]

‘Hymn: For the Tercentenary of the Spanish Armada’, Christian World Pulpit, 34 (23 July 1888), 63-4. [Hymn]

‘The Tercentenary of the Armada on Skiddaw Top’, Spectator, 61 (28 July 1888), 1028-9.

‘The Ballad of the Cleopatra’, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (August1888), 151-6. [Poem]

‘Glen Almond’, Spectator, 61 (25 August 1888), 1162.

‘Grasmere Churchyard’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 September 1888, p. 5.

‘A Coach Drive at the Lakes’, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (September 1888), 255-70.

‘A Coach Drive at the Lakes’, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (October 1888), 390-404.

‘A Coach Drive at the Lakes’, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (November 1888), 483-98.

‘To My Colleague John Sharpe Ostle, On Leaving the Parish and Church of St. Kentigern, Crosthwaite, after Five Years, Faithful Friendship and Service’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 3 November 1888, p. 5.

‘On the Leaving pf John Sharpe Ostle after Five Years Faithful Service’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1888). [Poem]

‘Closed Cathedrals’, Spectator, 61 (1 December 1888), 1675.

[Letter dated 13 June 1888], Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 6 December 1888, p. 8. [Letter with G. Shaw-Lefevre and W. H. Hills]

[Letter], Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 6 December 1888, p. 8. [Letter]

‘Women’s Temperance Meeting’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 15 December 1888, p. 4. [Letter]

‘Closed Cathedrals – Lady-Guides’, Spectator, 61 (29 December 1888), 1851.

‘A North Country Flood’, Murray’s Magazine, 3 (December 1888), 808-19.

Five Addresses on the Lives and Work of St. Kentigern and St. Herbert, Delivered in St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite (Carlisle and London, 1888).

1889

‘New Year Joy’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1889). [Poem]

‘Ned Brown: Killed at His Post, Thornthwaite Mines, January 8th’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1889). [Poem]

‘Wordsworth’, Athenaeum, (2 March 1889), 281.

‘Rare-Bird Preservation’, Spectator, 62 (2 March 1889), 298.

‘John Bright’, Murray’s Magazine, 5 (May 1889), 660. [Poem]

‘A Plea for the Birds’, Gentleman’s Magazine, 266 (June 1889), 545-58.

‘The Last of the Southeys: Memories of Greta Hall’, Cornhill Magazine, 12 (May 1889), 473-85.

‘Father Damien’, Macmillan’s Magazine, 60 (July 1889), 182. [Poem]

‘Father Damien’, Westmorland Gazette, 6 July 1889, p. 3. [Poem]

‘To the Duddon Vale as It Is and Is to Be’, Cornhill Magazine, 13 (August 1889), 151-63.

‘To Lord Tennyson: On His Eightieth Birthday, August 6th, 1889’, Macmillan’s Magazine, 60 (August 1889), 293. [Poem]

‘To Lord Tennyson: On His Eightieth Birthday’, St. James’s Gazette, 6 August 1889, p. 12. [Poem]

‘To Lord Tennyson: On His Eightieth Birthday, August 6th, 1889’, Westmorland Gazette, 17 August 1889, p. 3. [Poem]

‘To Lord Tennyson: On His Eightieth Birthday, August 6th, 1889’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1889). [Poem]

‘In Memoriam – Horatius Bonar D.D.: Died August 7th, 1889’, Good Words, 30 (October 1889), 695. [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: Horatius Bonar D.D.’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1889). [Poem]

‘To the Rev. W. Colville on His Leaving Keswick’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1889). [Poem]

‘Builders for God’, Christian World Pulpit, 36 (13 November 1889), 310-12.

[For Browning’s Funeral], Pall Mall Gazette, 31 December 1889, p. 2. [Poem]

‘Reminiscences of Wordsworth amongst the Peasantry of Westmoreland’, Wordsworthiana, William Knight (ed.), (London, 1889), 79-119.

Edward Thring: Teacher and Poet (London, 1889).

1890

‘Poet Browning’s Funeral: Westminster Abbey, Dec. 31’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 January 180, p. 5. [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: Bishop Lightfoot’, Westmorland Gazette, 4 January 1890, p. 8. [Poem]

‘Westminster Abbey’, Critic, 12 (25 January 1890), 46. [Poem]

‘St. Kentigern’s Spinners Song’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 25 January 1890, p. 4. [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: Margaret Mitchell’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1890). [Poem]

‘Memories of the Great Paris Exhibition’, Belgravia, (February 1890), 169-82.

‘To Sister Rose Gertrude’, Pall Mall Gazette, 3 February 1890, p. 2. [Poem]

‘St. Kentigern’s Spinners Song’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1890). [Poem]

‘An Old Conspiracy’, Good Words, 31 (February 1890), 117. [Poem]

‘The Poet’s Home-Going’, Murray’s Magazine, 7 (February 1890), 145-50. [Poem]

[Letter to Keswick Literary and Scientific Society], English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 15 February 1890, p. 4.

‘To Sister Rose Gertrude’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 15 February 1890, p. 4. [Poem]

[Hymn on the death of Mrs. Stanger, Keswick], Westmorland Gazette, 22 February 1890, p. 8. [Hymn]

‘A Memory’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1890). [Poem]

‘In Praise of Vulcan: I – The Forth Bridge’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 147 (March 1890), 429. [Poem]

‘In Praise of Vulcan: II – The Eiffel Tower’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 147 (March 1890), 429. [Poem]

‘The Forth Bridge’, Review of Reviews, 1 (March 1890), 203. [Poem]

‘Sunlight or Smoke’, Contemporary Review, 57 (April 1890), 512-24.

‘In Praise of Vulcan: I – The Forth Bridge’, Living Age, 185 (19 April 1890), 130. [Poem]

‘In Praise of Vulcan: II – The Eiffel Tower’, Living Age, 185 (19 April 1890), 130. [Poem]

‘To H. M. Stanley’, Pall Mall Gazette, 26 April 1890, p. 2. [Poem]

‘The Mavis and the Merle’, Nature Notes, 1 (April 1890), 49. [Poem]

‘The Last of the Calverts’, Cornhill Magazine, 14 (May 1890), 494-520.

‘Spring to the Beloved’, Spectator, 64 (3 May 1890), 624. [Poem]

‘Merry little Maidens, Oh!’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 3 May 1890, p. 5. [Poem]

‘Help for the Orphan Children of T. Irwin, Who was killed at Simpson’s Mine, Lafayette, Colorado, April 10th’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 10 May 1890, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Starling’, Nature Notes, 1 (May 1890), 72. [Poem]

In Memoriam: William Peel. Killed at Bassenthwaite Station, by the Excursion Train, July 11th [sic.]’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 14 June 1890, p. 5. [Poem]

[Sonnet to Dean Oakley], Penrith Observer, 17 June 1890, p. 7. [Poem]

‘The Last of the Rydal Dorothys: February 2, 1890’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 147 (June 1890), 815-21.

‘A Welcome to Stanley’, Murray’s Magazine, 7 (June 1890), 734-41. [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: William Peel’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1890). [Poem]

‘To H. M. Stanley and Miss D. Tennant’, Pall Mall Gazette, 12 July 1890, p. 4. [Poem]

[Article/Letter on Rights of Way], County Council Times, circa August 1890.

‘County Councils and Rights of Way’, Westmorland Gazette, 16 August 1890, p. 2. [Letter]

‘County Councils and Rights of Way’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 23 August 1890, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Fell Shepherd: Death’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1890). [Poem]

‘The Late Dean of Manchester’, The Newberry House Magazine, III (August 1890), 153-6.

‘In olden time, the prophet of the Lord’, Pall Mall Gazette, 16 September 1890, p. 2. [Poem]

‘Dean Oakley’, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (September 1890), 37. [Poem]

‘Cardinal Newman’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1890). [Poem]

‘The Rushbearing at St. Oswald’s Grasmere’, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (October 1890), 59-61.

‘The Shepherds Meeting on Helvellyn’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 October 1890, p. 5.

‘Spring to the Beloved’, Living Age, 187 (25 October 1890), 706. [Poem]

‘On Helvellyn with the Shepherds’, Cornhill Magazine, 15 (October 1890), 379-94.

‘To Liddon’, Critic, 14 (11 October 1890), 184. [Poem]

‘Leaving Home’, Living Age, 187 (25 October 1890), 194. [Poem]

‘Canon Liddon: Buried at St. Paul’s, September 16th, 1890’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1890). [Poem]

‘Canon Liddon’, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (November 1890), 69. [Poem]

[Letter], Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (November 1890), 77.

‘Village Naturalist’, Spectator, 65 (15 November 1890), 683. [Poem]

‘Village Naturalist’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 22 November 1890, p. 4. [Poem]

‘Sermon by the Vicar of Crosthwaite’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 22 November 1890, p. 5.

‘On Helvellyn with the Shepherds’, Living Age, 187 (22 November 1890), 501-509.

‘The Village Naturalist’, Nature Notes, 1 (December 1890), 188. [Poem]

‘The Village Naturalist’, Living Age, 187 (20 December 1890), 706. [Poem]

‘The Village Naturalist’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1890). [Poem]

Christmas Day 1889 (Keswick, 1890).

A Coach Drive at the Lakes: Windermere to Keswick (Keswick, 1890).

Poems, Ballads, and Bucolics (London, 1890).

1891

‘O, good New Year, we clasp’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1891). [Poem]

‘Presentation to Miss Twelves’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 17 January 1891, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Wreck of the “Ocean-Queen.” To the Heroes of Colwyn bay. November 7th, 1890’, MacMillan’s Magazine, 63 (January 1891), 189-91. [Poem]

‘The Choosing of Mathias’, Church Monthly, 3 (circa. January 1891). [Poem]

‘The Choosing of Mathias’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 January 1891, p. 5. [Poem]

‘Joseph Hawell’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 28 March 1891, p. 5. [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: Joseph Hawell’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1891). [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: The Most Rev. William Connor Magee, D.D., Archbishop of York’, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (May 1891), 182. [Poem]

‘The Cuckoo at Lucerne’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1891). [Poem]

‘The Waking of the Birds’, Nature Notes, 2 (15 May 1891), 84. [Poem]

‘County Council’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 May 1891, p. 5. [Letter]

‘A Hospital Sunday Sermon’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 16 May 1891, p. 5.

‘The Gospel for the Body’, Christian World Pulpit, 39 (27 May 1891), 326-8.

‘Pollution of the River Greta’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 May 1891, p. 5. [Letter]

‘In Memoriam: Archbishop Magee’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (June 1891). [Poem]

‘The New Font in Carlisle Cathedral’, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 2 (June 1891), 6.

‘To the Editor of the Visitor and Guardian’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 6 June 1891, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Dangerous Highways near Keswick’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 11 July 1891, p. 5. [Letters]

‘In Memoriam: Alice Lietch, Died at Derwent Bank, July 13th, 1891’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1891). [Poem]

‘Gordon Home’, Spectator, 67 (15 August 1891), 225. [Poem]

 ‘A Day at the Meydoum Pyramid’, Gentleman’s Magazine, 271 (September 1891), 260-78.

‘In Memoriam: Henry Irwin Jenkinson, August 28th, 1891’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1891). [Poem]

‘In Memoriam: Henry Irwin Jenkinson’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 5 September 1891, p. 4. [Poem]

‘Cumberland Ladies’ Association’, Carlisle Journal, 11 September 1891, p. 6. [Letter with W. Dobson]

‘A Day at the Meydoum Pyramid’, Living Age, 191 (24 October 1891), 226-36.

‘We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand’, Carlisle Journal, 27 November 1891, p. 5. [Hymn]

‘We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand’, Carlisle Patriot, 4 December 1891, p. 6. [Hymn]

‘We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 5 December 1891, p. 5. [Hymn]

‘The Watch-Night at Crosthwaite Church’, Carlisle Journal, 11 December 1891, p. 7. [Letter]

‘The Undoing of De Harcla: A Ballad of Cumberland’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 26 December 1891, p. 5. [Poem]

A Skiddaw Shepherd’s Life: In Memoriam Joseph Hawell (Keswick, 1891).


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