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 Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).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.

 1908

 ‘Old Folks Dinner’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 January 1908, p. 6. [Letter with R. W. Mayson and H. T. Pope]

 ‘New Year’, Hampshire Telegraph, 4 January 1908, p. 10. [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam – W. D. Clewdon, Jan. 13th, 1908’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1908). [Poem]

 ‘Bird and Tree County Challenge Shield’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 February 1908, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘Free Nursing Lecture’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 28 March 1908, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘A Dream and the Fulfilment of it’, Church Family Newspaper, 15 (10 April 1908), 320.

 ‘In Memory of the Men of H.M.S. “Tiger”: April 2, 1908’ Fife Free Press & Kirkcaldy Guardian, 11 April 1908, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Here, at the entrance of the street’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 25 April 1908, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Lizzie Renshaw, Who entered rest 14th March, 1908, aged 87’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1908). [Poem]

 Hymn for the Pan-Anglican Congress’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 May 1908, p. 5. [Hymn]

 ‘The Sorrow of Skelghyll’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1908). [Poem]

 ‘Luminous Birds’, Times, 14 June 1908, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘In a Vicarage Garden’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (June 908). [Poem]

 ‘To the Editor of the Visitor and Guardian’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 July 1908, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘Exhibition in Fitz Park Gallery’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 11 July 1908, p. 5.

 ‘A Symbol of Humility (The Daisy)’, Church Family Newspaper, 15 (17 July 1908), 629.

 ‘The Pan-Anglican Congress’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1908). [Poem]

 ‘The Thrush’s Funeral’, Nature Notes, 19 (August 1908), 141. [Poem]

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

 ‘The Temporal and the Eternal: A Rushbearing Sermon’, Church Family Newspaper, 15 (14 August 1908), 707.

 ‘The Children’s Day at Seascale’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1908). [Poem]

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

 ‘Old Age Pensions’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 19 September 1908, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘In Memoriam – Rosellen Eliza Favell, Obiit., 13th August, 1908, aetat. 83’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1908). [Poem]

 ‘Additional Public Rights on Derwentwater’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 17 October 1908, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Further Public Rights on the Shore of Derwentwater’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 24 October 1908, p. 5. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘Sermon: Courage for Young Men in Death’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 October 1908, p. 6.

 ‘The Spider’s Message’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1908). [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Old Folks’ Dinner’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 21 November 1908, p. 8. [Letter with T. R. Hodgson and R. W. Mayson]

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

 ‘In Grateful Memory of Geoffrey Payne (Aged 23 years), Who fell asleep at Keswick 5th October, 1908’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1908). [Poem]

 ‘The Old Folks’ Do’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 5 December 1908, p. 5. [Letter with A. Mitchell Dawson]

  ‘Tribulation Worketh Patience: “The Milton Tercentenary” Sermon’, Church Family Newspaper, 15 (18 December 1908), 1104.

 ‘In Memoriam – Edward Gore Ring’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 26 December 1908, p. 8.

 ‘Milton, 1608-1908’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1908). [Poem]

 Milton Tercentenary Sermon Preached in Peterborough Cathedral (Cranleigh, 1908).

 ‘A Ballad of the Conemaugh Flood’, Poems of American History, edited by Burton Egbert Stevenson, 1908, 600-1. [Poem]

 ‘In Grateful Remembrance of Jessie Clay: Sermon Preached in Brathay Church, August 30, 1908’ (Keswick, 1908).

 1909

 ‘New Year’s Day’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1909). [Poem]

 ‘The Earthquake’, Christian World Pulpit, 75 (13 January 1909), 20-22.

 ‘In the Abbey Precincts, Carlisle, Dawn’, Journal of the Fell and Rock Climbing Club, 1 (1909), 252. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Mary Cockbain’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1909). [Poem]

 ‘To My Friends Well Met’, Wigton Advertiser, 13 February 1909, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘The Joy of Heroism’, Christian Family Newspaper, 16 (19 February 1909), 148.

 ‘The Blight of the Roadman’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 13 March 1909, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘“Old Charlie”’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1909). [Poem]

 ‘The Road Conference in London’, Times, 30 April 1909, p. 14. [Letter]

 ‘The Destruction of the Road-Side’, Nature Notes, 20 (April 1909), 58-60.

 ‘Holbein’s “Duchess of Milan”’, Times, 14 May 1909, p. 8. [Letter with George Manners and Richard Davenport]

 ‘Charles Algernon Swinburne’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1909). [Poem]

 ‘The Power of Thought Unto Salvation’, Christian World Pulpit, 75 (2 June 1909), 348-50.

 ‘A Diligence Accident at Bignasco’, Times, 9 June 1909, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘St. Botolph’s Tower. The Sexcentenary of Boston Church’, Boston Guardian, 19 June 1909. [Poem]

 ‘To My Friends Mr. and Mrs Henry Walker, on their Diamond Wedding Day, June 7th, 1909’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1909). [Poem]

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

 ‘The Martyrs of Adana’, London Daily News, 11 August 1909, p. 4.

 ‘In Memory of the Tennyson Centenary at Somersby, August 5th, 1909’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1909). [Poem]

 ‘An Incident of the Adana Massacre. The Martyrs of Missis’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1909). [Poem]

 ‘Dawn in the Abbey Precincts, Carlisle’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1909). [Poem]

 ‘Improper Books’, Times, 10 December 1909, p. 11. [Letter with J. Hereford and William de Morgan]

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

 ‘The View of Windsor Castle from the River’, Times, 25 December 1909, p. 9. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 Poems at Home and Abroad (Glasgow, 1909).

 Round the Lake Country (Glasgow, 1909).

 1910

 ‘A Keswick Voter, Christmas 1909’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 1 January 1910, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘To Save the Cheddar Gorge’, Western Daily Press, 5 March 1910, p. 9. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘The End’, The Animal’s Guardian, circa March 1910. [Poem]

 ‘The End’, Cornishman, 24 March 1910, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘The End’, Fife Free Press & Kirkcaldy Guardian, 19 March 1910, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘To Save Borrowdale’, London Daily News, 2 May 1910, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘The Preservation of the Beauty of Borrowdale’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 2 May 1910, [. 7. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘The Preservation of the Beauty of Borrowdale’, Carlisle Journal, 3 May 1910, p. 5. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Spectator, 104 (7 May 1910), 766-7. [With Nigel Bond]

 ‘The King Dead’, World, (10 May 1910), 795. [Poem]

 ‘The King Dead’, Carlisle Journal, 13 May 1910, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘King of the king of all the earths’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 14 May 1910, p. 8. [Hymn]

 ‘The Whitehaven Calamity’, Carlisle Journal, 17 May 1910, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Help for Whitehaven’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 17 May 1910, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘At the Wellington Pit Mouth’, London Daily News, 18 May 1910, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘At the Wellington Pit Mouth’, Carlisle Journal, 20 May 1910, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The King’s Funeral: A Retrospect’, Carlisle Journal, 24 May 1910, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘King of the king of all the earth’, Carlisle Journal, 24 May 1910, p. 6. [Hymn]

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Spectator, 104 (4 June 1910), 926. [Letter]

 ‘Derwentwater and Borrowdale’, Times, 28 June 1910, p. 11. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘Borrowdale and Derwentwater’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 8 July 1910, p. 5. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘Beauty of Borrowdale’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 18 July 1910, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Times, 15 August 1910, p. 11. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 15 August 1910, p. 6. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

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

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 20 August 1910, p. 6. [Letter]

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

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Times, 8 September 1910, p. 6. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘The Preservation of Borrowdale’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 9 September 1910, p. 5. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

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

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

 ‘T’Auld Fwoks’ Kursmas “Do”. In Memory of Irwin Jenkinson’, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 31 December 1910, p. 1. [Poem]

 ‘T’Auld Fwoks’ Kursmas “Do”’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 December 1910, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘T’Auld Fwoks’ Kursmas “Do”. In Memory of Irwin Jenkinson’, West Cumberland Times, 31 December 1910, p. 3. [Poem]

 1911

 ‘The Perfect Loaf: Canon Rawnsley on Stone-ground Wheat and Home-made Bread’, London Daily News, 16 January 1911, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘The Perfect Loaf: More Plain Hints by Canon Rawnsley’, London Daily News, 23 January 1911, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Manchester and Thirlmere’, Manchester Guardian, 31 January 1911, p. 8.

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

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

 ‘The Late Dr. John Brown Paton’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 20 March 1911, p. 8. [Letter with W. B. Ripon et al]

 ‘Colley, Hill, Reigate’, Times, 8 April 1911, p. 7. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 Colley Hill, Reigate: National Trust Appeal for £7,700’, Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser, 15 April 1911, p. 6. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘Coombe Hill, Bucks’, Times, 25 April 1911, p. 8. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘At Saint William’s College, York, May 18, 1911’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 19 May 1911, p. 6. [Poem]

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

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

 ‘Tennyson as a Religious Teacher’, Church Family Newspaper, 18 (11 August 1911), 604.

 ‘The Tennyson Memorial Meetings at Somersby’, Spectator, 107 (12 August 1911), 241-2.

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

 ‘The National Trust and the Ullswater Foreshore’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 22 August 1911, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The Way of Freedom’, Wigton Advertiser, 26 August 1911, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Strike Sunday’, Christian World Pulpit, 80 (30 August 1911), 137-9.

 ‘St. Andrew’s Quincentenary: The Under-Song’, The Scotsman, 14 September 1911, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘The Tattershall Mantelpieces’, Times, 14 September 1911, p. 5.

 ‘To the Editor of the Times, Times, 15 September 1911, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘Tattershall Castle and Mantelpieces: Sir Francis Trippel’s Offer Accepted’, Times, 16 September 1911, p. 6.

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

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

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

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

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

 ‘The Portinscale Bridge’, Spectator, 107 (28 October 1911), 682-3.

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

 ‘Portinscale Bridge’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 10 November 1911, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘Portinscale Bridge’, Spectator, 107 (11 November 1911), 792-3.

 ‘Auld Ganny’s Cursmas Teal’, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 30 December 1911, p. 1. [Poem]

 ‘A Foreword by Canon Rawnsley’, Some Records of the Annual Grasmere Sports, compiled by Hugh W. Machell, (Carlisle, 1911), 13-18.

 The Book of the Coronation Bonfires (Carlisle, 1911).

 By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1911).

 Sermon Preached in Halton Holgate Church by Canon Rawnsley on the Occasion of the Dedication of a Memorial in Halton Holgate Church to Former Rectors, Churchwardens, and Parish Clerks on April 24th, 1911 (Spilsby, 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, 1911).


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