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 Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).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

 1912

 ‘The New Year, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Pernicious Literature’, Hibbert Journal, 10 (January 1912), 462-8.

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

 ‘Spoiling a Lake: Hydro-Aeroplane Dangers at Windermere: Some Facts and a Protest’, London Daily News, 11 January 1912, p. 2.

 ‘The Proposed Aviation School for the Lake District’, Times, 108 (13 January 1912), 56. [Letter]

 ‘The Hydro-Aeroplanes on Windermere’, Times, 15 January 1912, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Hydro-Aeroplanes on Windermere’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 15 January 1912, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘“Windermere”: The Government Protection of the Lake Country’, London Daily News, 22 January 1912, p. 3. [Letter]

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

 ‘The Safeguarding of the Lake Country’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 26 January 1912, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘In Memory of Lord Carlisle: Lanercost, January 24th, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Memories of the Tennysons at Somersby’, Cornhill Magazine, 32 (February 1912), 170-9.

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

 ‘In Honour of Charles Dickens: February 7th, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Good of Gratitude’, Church Family Newspaper, 19 (1 March 1912), 8.

 ‘Colley Hill’, Times, 23 March 1912, p. 7. [Letter with S. H. Hamer]

 ‘Birds and the Coal Strike, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Thrush’s Word’, Nature Notes, 23 (April 1912), 71. [Poem]

 ‘The Faith that Overcomes’, Church Family Newspaper, 19 (26 April 1912), 8.

 ‘The Music of Hope: In Memory of the Bandsmen of the Titanic’, London Daily News, 27 April 1912, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Music of Hope: In Memory of the Bandsmen of the Titanic’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Portinscale Bridge’, Times, 7 May 1912, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Home from Lucerne’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1912). [Poem]

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

 ‘Conscience the Founder’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Octavia Hill: August 13th, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Christian Altar of Self-Sacrifice’, Church Family Newspaper, 19 (9 August 1912), 11.

 ‘At Asolo: A Browning Memory’, Cornhill Magazine, 33 (August 1912), 184-92.

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

 ‘The Roman Fort at Borran’s Field, Ambleside’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 10 August 1912, p. 8. [Letter with S. H. Hamer]

 ‘General Booth: Congress Hall, Clapton, 26th August, 1912’, Hull Daily Mail, 28 August 1912, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘General Booth: Congress Hall, Clapton, 26th August, 1912’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Charles Dickens’s Connexion with the Lake District’, Contemporary Review, 102 (September 1912), 379-87.

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

 ‘The Greatness of Service’, Christian World Pulpit, 82 (11 September 1912), 168-71.

 ‘The Ethic of Bridge-Building’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 17 September 1912, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘A September Day – Latrigg’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Unforgotten Dead: To the Memory of Capt. Hamilton, Lieut. Wyness-Stuart, Hitchin, Sept. 6; and Lieut. Boddington, Wolvercote, Sept. 10’, Army and Navy Gazette, 5 October 1912, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Head of Windermere and the Roman Fort’, Times, 5 October 1912, p. 8. [Letter with Hugh Redmayne and Gordon G. Wordsworth]

 ‘Preservation of Finchampstead Ridges’, Times, 5 October 1912, p. 8. [Letter with S. H. Hamer]

 ‘A Voice from Santa Sophia’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Miss Armitt Memorial Trust’, Lakes Herald, 15 November 1912, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘The Two Angels’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1912). [Poem]

 ‘Freedom’s Spring-Tide’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1912). [Poem]

 ‘The Head of Windermere’, Times, 10 December 1912, p. 4. [Letter with S. H. Hamer, Hugh Redmayne and Gordon G. Wordsworth]

 ‘The Saving of the Head of Windermere’, Pall Mall Gazette, 11 December 1912, p. 6. [Letter with S. H. Hamer and Gordon G. Wordsworth]

 ‘The Saving of the Head of Windermere’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 12 December 1912, p. 3. [Letter with S.H. Hamer and Gordon G. Wordsworth]

 The Power of Personal Service: A Sermon in Memory of Octavia Hill (Keswick, 1912).

 1913

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

 ‘A Sonnet of the Welsh Church Bill: To Our Legislators, An Appeal’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 13 January 1913, p. 6. [Poem]

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

 ‘The Druids’ Circle, Keswick’, Manchester Courier, 1 February 1913, p. 7. [Letter]

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

 ‘The Druids’ Circle at Keswick, Penrith Observer, 4 February 1913, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘The Druids’ Circle for the Nation’, Penrith Observer, 4 February 1913, p. 6.

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

 ‘Shameful Vandalism at the Druid Circle: A Vain and Foolish “Minnie”’, Penrith Observer, 11 March 1913, p. 7.

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

 ‘To the Heroes of the Antarctic’, British Review, II (April 1913), 80-84. [Poems]

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

 ‘The Greatness of Prayer’, Church Family Newspaper, 20 (9 May 1913), 8.

 ‘A Beauty Spot on Windermere’, Spectator, 111 (19 July 1913), 98.

 ‘Queen Adelaide Hill, Windermere’, Times, 13 August 1913, p. 9. [Letter with Gordon Somervell]

 ‘Queen Adelaide Hill, Windermere’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 14 August 1913, p. 4. [Letter with Gordon Somervell]

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

 ‘Adelaide Hill, Windermere’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 6 September 1913, p. 11. [Letter with Gordon Somervell]

 ‘The Way of Peace’, Church Family Newspaper, 20 (12 September 1913), 10.

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

 ‘Angel Messages of Christmas’, Church Family Newspaper, 20 (23 December 1913), 8.

 ‘The Child and the Cinematograph Show’, Hibbert Journal, 11 (4 1913), 836-51.

 Chapters at the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1913).

 The Child and the Cinematograph Show and the Picture Post-Card (Keswick, 1913).

 1914

 ‘T’Auld Fwoks’ Kessick Do – Cursmas, 1913’, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1914, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘The Edwardian House in King’s Arms Lane’, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1914, p. 7.

 ‘The New Year’, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘La Giaconda’, Carlisle Journal, 6 January 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Tor Hill, Wells, Somerset’, Times, 24 January 1914, p. 9. [Letter with S. H. Hamer]

‘In Memory of Lord Strathcona’, Carlisle Journal, 30 January 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘The Late Sir Robert Hunter’, Pall Mall Gazette, 31 January 1914, p. 4. [Letter with W. H. Cowan, James Bryce, Lord Eversley, Herbert Samuel and S. H. Hamer]

 ‘A National Benefactor – Sir Robert Hunter’, Cornhill Magazine, 36 (February 1914), 230-9.

 ‘The Greta Bridge at Keswick’, Carlisle Journal, 3 February 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Tor Hill, Wells, for Pleasure Grounds, Shepton Mallet Journal, 6 February 1914, p. 4. [Letter with S. H. Hamer]

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

 ‘February’, The Sphere21 February 1914, p. 34. [Poem]

 ‘Borrowdale Plumbago Mines: A Misleading Report’, Carlisle Journal, 3 March 1914, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘March’, Carlisle Journal, 6 March 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘An Exchange of School Flags’, Carlisle Journal, 6 March 1914, p. 8. [Letter]

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

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

 ‘A Battle Hymn’, Church Family Newspaper, 21 (27 March 1914), 10. [Hymn]

 ‘The Birth of a County Borough: Carlisle, April 1st, 1914’, Carlisle Journal, 3 April 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

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

 ‘Books for the Blind: An Appeal’, Westminster Gazette, 63 (16 April 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Old House in King’s Arms Lane’, Carlisle Journal, 28 April 1914, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Books for the Blind: An Appeal’, Carlisle Journal, 1 May 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘May Day at Keswick’, Carlisle Journal, 1 May 1914, p. 9.

 ‘An Octavia Hill Memorial’, Manchester Courier, 2 May 1914, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘The Promise of May’, Westminster Gazette, 63 (2 May 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Promise of May’, Carlisle Journal, 5 May 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam: Silvester Horne, M.P.’, Westminster Gazette, 63 (7 May 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam: Silvester Horne, M.P.’, Carlisle Journal, 12 May 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Octavia Hill Memorial’, Carlisle Journal, 19 May 1914, p. 6. [Letter with Lord Plymouth]

 ‘Maytide in Italy’, Carlisle Journal, 5 June 1914, p. 8. [Poem]

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

 ‘A Recall to Home Life’, Church Family Newspaper, 21 (24 July 1914), 10.

 ‘At Harlaw: July 24, 1914’, Aberdeen Press and Journal, 25 July 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘A Prayer for Peace’, Westminster Gazette, 44 (4 August 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘A Prayer for Peace’, Songs and Sonnets for England in War Time, (London, 1914). [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam: Mr. Henry Howard’, Penrith Observer, 11 August 1914, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘An Appeal to Young Cumberland’, Carlisle Journal, 1 September 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Belgian Relief Fund’, Carlisle Journal, 1 September 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Wake Up, John Bull’, Carlisle Journal, 4 September 1914, p. 6.

 ‘A Call to Arms’, Carlisle Journal, 8 September 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘To Captain F.C. Grenfell, 9th Lancers: Le Cateau, August 31, 1914’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 10 September 1914, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Help for Our Soldiers’, Carlisle Journal, 11 September 1914, p. 5.

 ‘A Cumberland war Song’, Millom Gazette, 18 September 1914, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘To the Heroes of the Northern Sea’, Westminster Gazette, 19 September 1914, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Hark to the moaning of the Northern Sea’, Times, 26 September 1914, p. 9. [Poem]

 ‘Sonnets of War’, British Review, 8 (October 1914), 87-93. [Poems]

 ‘Suggested Gift of a Motor-Ambulance from Carlisle’, Carlisle Journal, 6 October 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘A Motor Ambulance Car as a Gift from the City of Carlisle’, Carlisle Journal, 9 October 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Motor-Ambulance from the City of Carlisle’, Carlisle Journal, 13 October 1914, p. 5. [Letter]

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

 ‘Sonnets of the War: Second Series’, British Review, 8 (October 1914), 285-90. [Poems]

 ‘Crucified Belgium’, Everyman, 5 (30 October 1914), iii.

 ‘To Great Britain’, English Review, 18 (November 1914), 403. [Poem]

 ‘A Call to the Colours’, Carlisle Journal, 6 November 1914, p. 5.

 ‘Canon Rawnsley’s Call to the Men of Cumberland’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 6 November 1914, p. 2. [Letter]

 ‘Belgium’, Times, 7 November 1914, p. 9. [Poem]

 ‘“Fort en Loyaltie”’, Carlisle Journal, 10 November 1914, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘To the 4th Battalion Border Regiment: On Their Sailing for Burmah, Oct. 29th, 1914’, Penrith Observer, 10 November 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Carlisle Motor-Ambulances for the Front’, Carlisle Journal, 13 November 1914, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘Lord Roberts: In Memoriam’, Manchester Evening News, 17 November 1914, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘St. Paul’s: November 19, 1914’, Westminster Gazette, 44 (19 November 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘St. Paul’s: November 19, 1914’, Carlisle Journal, 24 November 1914, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for the Troops’, Carlisle Journal, 24 November 1914, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘To the Football Player: An Appeal’, Westminster Gazette, 44 (30 November 1914), 2. [Poem]

 ‘Penrith Boy’s School Distribution of Prizes: Canon Rawnsley’s Appeal to Parents’, Carlisle Journal, 11 December 1914, p. 7.

 ‘An Ambulance Buffet for Wounded Soldiers’, Carlisle Journal, 18 December 1914, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘At Whitby Abbey – December 16th’, Carlisle Journal, 22 December 1914, p. 6. [Poem] 

 ‘Chrism Crosses, St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 14 (1914), 295-7.

 ‘Preface’, Songs and Wings: A Posy of Bird Poems for Young and Old. Edited by Isa J. Postgate (London, 1914).

 A National Benefactor: Sir Robert Hunter (Colchester, 1914).

 1915

 ‘In a Harvest Field’, British Review, 9 (January 1915), 83. [Poem]

 ‘A Contrast’, British Review, 9 (January 1915), 83. [Poem]

 ‘1915’, Times, 1 January 1915, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘The Greatness of Service’, Church Family Newspaper, 22 (1 January 1915), 8.

 ‘Hoo Jossy Went to T’War’, Carlisle Journal, 1 January 1915, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘The Day of Intercession’, Westminster Gazette, 45 (2 January 1915), 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Day of Intercession’, Carlisle Journal, 5 January 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The New Year’, Carlisle Journal, 8 January 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Our Refuge and Our Strength’, Christian World Pulpit, 87 (13 January 1915), 19-21.

 ‘Migratory Buffets and Motor-Kitchens for France’, Carlisle Journal, 26 January 1915, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Sonnet in Honour of Lieut.-Commander H. de P. Rennick’, T.P.’s Journal of Great Deeds of the Great War, 2 (30 January 1915), 59. [Poem]

 ‘Belgium’, Living Age, 284 (30 January 1915), 258. [Poem]

 ‘February’, Carlisle Journal, 5 February 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Pheasant-Sentinels’, Carlisle Journal, 9 February 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘To Lieut. Holbrook and His Gallant Crew of B11 (December 13th)’, T.P.’s Journal of Great Deeds of the Great War, 2 (13 February 1915), 124. [Poem]

 ‘To Great Britain’, Living Age, 284 (20 February 1915), 450. [Poem]

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

 ‘Pheasants and the North Sea Battle’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 25 February 1915, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘The Cross of Valour’, Carlisle Journal, 26 February 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Work of Women Police: Help for Girls in Garrison Towns’, Carlisle Journal, 2 March 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘At the Funeral of Archdeacon Sherwen’, Carlisle Journal, 12 March 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Children, when you plant your tree’, Manchester Evening News, 18 March 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘General Joffre’s Farewell’, T.P.’s Journal of Great Deeds of the Great War, 2 (20 March 1915), 255. [Poem]

 ‘Keswick School: Foundation of a Scholarship: Generous Offer by Canon and Mrs Rawnsley’, Carlisle Journal, 26 March 1915, p. 7.

 ‘Some Lessons from the War’, Church Family Newspaper, 22 (26 March 1915), 12.

 ‘Penrith Grammar School Song’, Penrith Observer, 30 March 1915, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘A Brave Doctor: In Honour of Dr. D. C. Turnbull’, Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 31 March 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

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

 ‘Springtime and War’, Carlisle Journal, 6 April 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The King’s Example’, Carlisle Journal, 13 April 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘May Day’, Carlisle Journal, 11 May 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 In Memory of Lieut. W.G.C. Gladstone, M.P., April 13th, 1915’, Chester Chronicle, 15 May 1915, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Take Me Home’, T.P.’s Journal of Great Deeds of the Great War, 3 (15 May 1915), 132. [Poem]

 ‘Our Meat Supply in Peril’, Carlisle Journal, 18 May 1915, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘The Call of May’, Carlisle Journal, 1 June 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

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

 ‘July’, Carlisle Journal, 6 July 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Children and the War Loan’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 9 July 1915, p. 7. [Letter]

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

 ‘The Power of Vision’, Christian World Pulpit, 88 (14 July 1915), 20-23.

 ‘Holiday Accommodation in the Lake District’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 16 July 1915, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘Accommodation in the Lake District’, Carlisle Journal, 20 July 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The War and Some of Its Lessons’, Parents’ Review, 26 (July 1915), 481-8.

 ‘Peat for Fuel’, Times, 20 July 1915, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The Boy Sentry of Ypres’, Carlisle Journal, 13 August 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘A Scottish V.C.’, Scotsman, 23 August 1915, p. 11. [[Poem]

 ‘A Scottish V.C.’, Carlisle Journal, 24 August 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Board of Education Circular 849’, School World, 17, (September 1915), 338-42.

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

 ‘Service for Doctors and Nurses’, Carlisle Journal, 8 October 1915, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘To Bulgaria: The Earthquake’s Warning’, Carlisle Journal, 8 October 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam: Captain Andrew Ferguson Chance’, Carlisle Journal, 12 October 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Case of the Armenians’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 14 October 1915, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The Special Service for Nurses and Doctors at the Cathedral’, Carlisle Journal, 22 October 1915, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Lieutenant Forshaw’s Gallant Deed’, Carlisle Journal, 29 October 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for Men at the Front’, Carlisle Journal, 9 November 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Britain’s Call to the Colours’, Carlisle Journal, 9 November 1915, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Quiet Huts and a Motor-Bath’, Carlisle Journal, 9 November 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Carlisle Organ Recitals’, Carlisle Journal, 30 November 1915, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Not for vainglorious boast or mock parade’, Carlisle Journal, 3 December 1915, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘Courage for Faint Hearts’, Church Family Newspaper, 22 (10 December 1915), p. 12.

 ‘Workington College: Annual Speech Day’, Carlisle Journal, 17 December 1915, p. 7.

 ‘Peace on Earth’, Carlisle Journal, 24 December 1915, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Forward’, Bookbinding as a Handwork Subject, by J. Halliday (New York, 1915). 

 The European War, 1914-1915: Poems (London, 1915. 

 


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