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 Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).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

1916

‘The New Year’, Carlisle Journal, 7 January 1916, p. 8. [Poem]

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

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

‘“Ubi Aves, Ubi Angeli”’, Carlisle Journal, 4 February 1916, p. 8. [Poem]

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

‘The Coming of Spring’, Carlisle Journal, 7 March 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘The Coming of Spring’, Penrith Observer, 7 March 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘Christ and Reprisals’, Church Family Newspaper, 23 (10 March 1916), 12.

‘Review of William Wordsworth: His Life, Works and Influence by Professor Harper’, Carlisle Journal, 14 March 1916, p. 6.

‘In Memoriam: Acting-Lieutenant Courtenay Tennyson’, Carlisle Journal, 21 March 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘When this wild storm of war is overblown’, Burnley News, 22 March 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘Life by Service and Self-Sacrifice’, Christian World Pulpit, 89 (5 April 1916), 197-9.

‘Help for the Hospitals of the Allies’, Carlisle Journal, 11 April 1916, p. 5. [Letter]

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

‘The Soldier’s Last Will and Testament: Verdun’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 21 April 1916, p. 4. [Poem]

‘The War and Education’, Education, 12 May 1916, 214-6.

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

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

‘The Liquor Control Board’s Scheme’, Carlisle Journal, 30 June 1916, p. 5.

‘Lieut. R.G. Garvin: A Tribute from Canon Rawnsley’, Pall Mall Gazette, 12 August 1916, p. 2. [Poem]

‘In Memory of Lieut. R. G. Garvin: The Battle of the Somme, July 22nd, 1916’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 12 August 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘The Joy of Self-Sacrifice’, Christian World Pulpit, 90 (16 August 1916), 79-81.

‘A Plea for Song in War-Time’, Carlisle Journal, 25 August 1916, p. 6. [Poem]

‘The Desecration of Nature’, The Selborne Magazine and Nature Notes, 27 (September 1916), 103-4.

‘Tribute to Keswick Heroes’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1916). [Poem]

‘Tribute to Keswick Heroes’, Carlisle Journal, 8 September 1916, p. 7. [Poem]

‘In Honour of Private James Miller, V.C.’, Lancashire Evening Post, 14 September 1916, p. 4. [Poem]

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

‘In Memoriam: Stanley Theodore Carr’, Carlisle Journal, 13 October 1916, p. 7. [Poem]

‘To Venezelos’, Carlisle Journal, 13 October 1916, p. 8. [Poem]

‘The Joy of Harvest’, Church Family Newspaper, 23 (13 October 1916), 12.

‘Education and Instruction after the War: Cumberland Committee’s Recommendations’, Carlisle Journal, 24 October 1916, p. 6. [With C. Courtenay Hodgson]

‘Suggested Meatless day for “Merry Carlisle”’, Carlisle Journal, 10 November 1916, p. 8. [Letter]

‘Canon Rawnsley on the National Mission and What It Stands For’, Carlisle Journal, 14 November 1916, p. 5.

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

‘Liquor Control in Carlisle: What Has Been Done’, Church Family Newspaper, 23 (15 December 1916), 11.

‘Why Not Boon Ploughings?’ Carlisle Journal, 22 December 1916, p. 8. [Letter]

‘Christmas Day, 1916’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 23 December, p. 4. [Poem]

‘Services at the Cathedral’, Carlisle Journal, 26 December 1916, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Oor Lad Wha Nobbut Cooms i’ Dreams’, Carlisle Journal, 29 December 1916, p. 7. [Poem]

‘The Leadership of the Child’, Church Family Newspaper, 23 (29 December 1916), 10.

‘Chrism Crosses at St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 16 (1916), 273-8.

Past and Present at the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1916).

Shakespeare: A Tercentenary Lecture (London, 1916).

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

1917

‘Oor Lad Wha Nobbut Cooms i’ Dreams’, Penrith Observer, 3 January 1917, p. 6. [Poem]

‘Going Home’, Carlisle Journal, 5 January 1917, p. 8. [Poem]

‘Going Home’, Penrith Observer, 9 January 1917, p. 7. [Poem]

‘The Kaiser’s Letter to His Chancellor, Oct. 31, 1916’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 19 January 1917, p. 4. [Poem]

‘Objectionable Posters’, Carlisle Journal, 26 January 1917, p. 8. [Letter]

‘Farewell, My Sojourn Ends’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1917).

‘The War-Worn Horses’ Appeal’, Bournemouth Graphic, 13 April 1917, p. 5. [Poem]

‘On Right Thinking’, Christian World Pulpit, 91 (25 April 1917), 194-8.

‘Corporate Religion and National Service’, Church Family Newspaper, 24 (4 May 1917), 10.

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

‘Juvenile Delinquency: The Facts and Its Cause’, Hibbert Journal, 15 (July 1917), 651-4.

‘Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, V.C., R.A.M.C., Died of Wounds in France, August, 1917’, Liverpool Echo, 15 August 1917, p. 3. [Poem]

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

‘The Larger Spotted Woodpecker: Allan Bank, Grasmere, 1917’, The Selborne Magazine and Nature Notes, 28 (September 1917), 106-7. [Poem]

‘The Great Spotted Woodpecker at Allan Bank’, Parents’ Review, XXVIII (October 1917), 605-7. [Poem]

‘Robert Vernede’, Poetry Review, (Nov-Dec. 1917), 353-63.

‘In Honour of Dr. Elsie Inglis’, Westminster Gazette, 3 December 1917, p. 2. [Poem]

‘Munition Girls’, Carlisle Journal, 25 December 1917, p. 2. [Poem]

‘Children’s Service at the Cathedral’, Carlisle Journal, 28 December 1917, p. 5. [Letter]

Comin’ Yham Fra T’ Front’, Carlisle Journal, 28 December 1917, p. 7. [Poem]

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, 1917).

1918

‘Carlisle Juvenile Welfare Association’, Carlisle Journal, 1 February 1918, p. 5.

‘Vernede, Poet and Soldier’, Living Age, 296 (23 February 1918), 469-74.

‘The Two Springs’, Carlisle Journal, 30 April 1918, p. 2. [Poem]

‘For Those in Captivity’, Christian World Pulpit, 93 (15 May 1918), 232-4.

‘Reverence for Natural Beauty: Part I’, Parents’ Review, XXIX (June 1918), 404-15.

‘Reverence for Natural Beauty: Part II’, Parents’ Review, XXIX (July 1918), 492-503.

‘The Garden Warbler’, Parents’ Review, XXIX (July 1918), 504.

‘In the Choir of Gloucester Cathedral: 9 June’, Gloucester Journal, 15 June 1918, p. 3. [Poem]

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

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

‘Stonehenge’, Times, 28 September 1918, p. 10. [Letter]

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

‘The “Hob” as a Norse Survival’, Carlisle Journal, 11 October 1918, p. 5. [Letter]

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

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

‘The Memorial Service at the Cathedral’, Carlisle Journal, 1 November 1918, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Recreation Hut at Fusehill’, Carlisle Journal, 8 November 1918, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Advent of Peace’, Carlisle Journal, 12 November 1918, p. 5. [Poem]

‘A Welcome to President Wilson’, Carlisle Journal, 31 December 1918, p. 7. [Poem]

‘Peace at Last’, Carlisle Journal, 31 December 1918, p. 8. [Poem]

1919

‘Peace at Last’, Wigton Advertiser, 4 January 1919, p. 3. [Poem]

‘The Boy Scouts’ Central Fund’, Carlisle Journal, 7 January 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Books for Our Men in Germany’, Carlisle Journal, 14 January 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

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

‘The Ruskin Centenary’, Times, 8 February 1919, p. 3.

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

‘The Ideal Speaker’, Lancashire Evening Post, 24 February 1919, p. 4. [Poem]

‘Ruskin Centenary’, Literary Digest, 60 (15 March 1919), 38.

‘War Memorials’, Carlisle Journal, 25 March 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Suggested War Memorial Hall’, Carlisle Journal, 1 April 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘The Memorial Shrine, Westminster’, The Sphere, 26 April 1919, p. 24. [Poem]

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

‘The Peace Celebration Beacons and Bonfires’, Carlisle Journal, 2 May 1919, p. 7. [Letter]

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

‘Hands off Langstrath’, Carlisle Journal, 27 May 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

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

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

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

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

‘The Peace Celebration Bonfires’, Carlisle Journal, 15 July 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Fares and How to Make the Best of Them’, Carlisle Journal, 18 July 1919, p. 9. [Letter]

Headstones for War Graves’, Times, 21 July 1919, p. 8. [Letter]

‘Scafell Poke’, Sheffield Daily Telegraph’, 27 September 1919, p. 8. [Letter]

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

‘Scafell Pike: Gift to the Nation as a War Memorial’, Carlisle Journal, 30 September 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Suggested Central Motor Office’, Carlisle Journal, 30 September 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘An Appeal’, Carlisle Journal, 3 October 1919, p. 7. [Poem]

‘Service for Doctors and Nurses at the Cathedral’, Carlisle Journal, 10 October 1919, p. 7. [Letter]

‘The Service for Doctors and Nurses’, Carlisle Journal, 17 October 1919, p. 7. [Letter]

‘Commemoration Service in the Cathedral: Sermon by Canon Rawnsley: The League of Nations and Industrial Unrest’, Carlisle Journal, 14 November 1919, p. 5.

‘A Voice in the Silence: Armistice Day, 1919’, Carlisle Journal, 18 November 1919, p. 4. [Poem]

‘A Brewer’s Attack on Carlisle: Canon Rawnsley’s Defence of the Control Board’, Carlisle Journal, 18 November 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘Mr. Sydney Nicholson on Choir Training’, Carlisle Journal, 28 November 1919, p. 7. [Letter]

‘The Nobility and Necessity of Work’, Church Family Newspaper, 26 (5 December 1919), 26.

‘Beautiful Carlisle: Address by Canon Rawnsley: Suggested Formation of a Society’, Carlisle Journal, 12 December 1919, p. 6.

‘The “Save the Children” Fund’, Carlisle Journal, 23 December 1919, p. 5. [Letter]

‘National Extravagance’, Christian World Pulpit, 96 (24 December 1919), 301-3.

‘Christmas Day’, Carlisle Journal, 26 December 1919, p. 7. [Poem]

‘“Save the Children” Fund’, Carlisle Journal, 26 December 1919, p. 7. [Letter]

‘In Vienna’, Carlisle Journal, 30 December 1919, p. 4. [Poem]

1920

‘Oor Jack he cam’ fra ower t’ sea’, Carlisle Journal, 6 January 1920, p. 6. [Poem]

‘The Worth of Child Life’, Church Family Newspaper, 27 (9 January 1920), p. 10.

‘“Beautiful Carlisle”’, Carlisle Journal, 13 January 1920, p. 5.

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

‘A “Beautiful Carlisle” Society’, Carlisle Journal, 30 January 1920, p. 7.

‘The Tank’, Carlisle Journal, 20 February 1920, p. 7. [Letter]

‘State Purchase and Liquor Control’, Carlisle Journal, 5 March 1920, p. 7. [Letter]

‘Carlisle War Memorial’, Carlisle Journal, 12 March 1920, p. 7. [Letter]

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

‘Liquor Control and the Carlisle Experiment’, Hibbert Journal, 18 (April 1920), 557-71.

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

‘To the May Queen of Keswick’, Lancashire Evening Post, 7 May 1920, p. 3. [Poem]

‘The County War Memorial’, Carlisle Journal, 25 May 1920, p. 4. [Letter]

‘The Story of the Caedmon Cross at Whitby’, Parents’ Review, XXXI (1920), 183-210.

‘The Re-Discovery of a Small Roman Household Altar’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 20 (1920), 151-3.

A Nation’s Heritage (London, 1920).

1921

‘Garden Poetry’, Black’s Gardening Dictionary, edited by E. T. Ellis (London, 1921).

1953

‘The Associations of St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite with Literature, Science and Art’, The Parish Church of St. Kentigern, Crosthwaite, by Francis C. Eeles (Carlisle, 1953), 68-77.