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 Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).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

 1900

 ‘Comforts for the Men at the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 6 January 1900, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Harassed Horses’, Middlesex and Surrey Express, 8 January 1900, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘1st V. B. The Border Regiment – Comforts for the Voyage and the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 12 January 1900, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘At William Unwin’s Grave, Crosthwaite, Jan. 11th’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 13 January 1900, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘She gave us more than gold could buy’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 13 January 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘1st V. B. The Border Regiment – Comforts for the Voyage and the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 13 January 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘How It Strikes a Rough-Rider from the North-West’, Times, 16 January 1900, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘He’s an absent-minded beggar – that’s no reason we should take’, Whitby Gazette, 19 January 1900, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for the Men of the Border Regiment’, Carlisle Journal, 19 January 1900, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘To the Men of the Border Regiment, Cumberland Sends Thanks and Greetings for 1900’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 20 January 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for the Men of the Border Regiment at the Front, and for the Company of the 1st & 2nd V. B. regiment Going to the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 20 January 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Hymn in Loving Memory of John Ruskin. Coniston, January 25th, 1900’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 27 January 1900, p. 5. [Hymn]

 ‘John Ruskin’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1900). [Poem]

 ‘At Ruskin’s Grave’, Wells Journal, 1 February 1900, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘At Ruskin’s Grave: On His Birthday, February 8’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 10 February 1900, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Tenderly down the hill we bore them’, Westminster Gazette, 21 February 1900, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Tenderly down the hill we bore them, Southend Standard and Essex Weekly Advertiser’, 22 February 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Tenderly down the hill we bore them’, Gloucester Citizen, 22 February 1900, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Tenderly down the hill we bore them’, Carlisle Journal, 23 February 1900, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for the Front’, Carlisle Journal, 2 March 1900, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Comforts for the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 3 March 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘To General Buller’, South Wales Daily News, 3 March 1900, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘John Ruskin’, Outlook, 64 (3 March 1900), 511-17.

 ‘At the Funeral of Chancellor Ferguson: Stanwix, March 7th’, Carlisle Journal, 9 March 1900, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Comforts for the Border Regiment at the Front’, Carlisle Journal, 16 March 1900, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Comforts for the Border Regiment at the Front’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 17 March 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Indian Famine Fund’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 24 March 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘I am the mistress of the post’, Manchester Times, 30 March 1900, p. 14. [Poem]

 ‘The Eagles of Judgement’, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 49 (31 March 1900), 149-51.

 ‘The Master at Rest’, Saint George. The Journal of the Ruskin Society of Birmingham, III (April 1900), 74. [Poem]

 ‘At Ruskin’s Grave. On his birthday, February 8th, 1900’, Saint George. The Journal of the Ruskin Society of Birmingham, III (April 1900), 75. [Poem]

 ‘At Ruskin’s Funeral’, Saint George. The Journal of the Ruskin Society of Birmingham, III (April 1900), 76-9. [Poem]

 ‘Joubert is dead! far off the whisper ran’, Westminster Gazette, 2 April 1900, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Joubert is dead! far off the whisper ran’, Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 7 April 1900, p. 15. [Poem]

 ‘St. George’s Day, April 23’, Times, 10 April 1900, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘Proposed Ruskin Memorial at Keswick’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 14 April 1900, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘St. George’s Fay, April 23rd’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 14 April 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘St. George’s Day, April 23rd, 1900’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1900(. [Poem]

 ‘The Dying Charger’, Royal Cornwall Gazette, 24 May 1900, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Dying Charger’, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 49 (26 May 1900), 252. [Poem]

 ‘The Dying Charger’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 26 May 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘A Poet’s Example’, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 50 (7 July 1900), 2-4.

 ‘A Brave Trumpeter’, Westminster Gazette, 23 August 1900, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Oberammergau in 1900’, Atlantic Monthly, 86 (September 1900), 409-19.

 ‘Electric Trams at the Lakes’, Times, 11 September 1900, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘In Memory of William Wilson, Keswick Hotel, 8th Oct., 1900’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 13 October 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of William Wilson, Keswick Hotel, 8th Oct., 1900’, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 13 October 1900, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Does the Czar Mean Peace?’ Reading Observer, 27 October 1900, p. 3.

 ‘Finding the First Dynasty Kings’, Atlantic Monthly, 86 (October 1900), 481-8.

 ‘To Sir Redvers Buller: A Welcome Home’, London Daily News, 10 November 1900, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘The Unveiling of the Ruskin Memorial at Friar’s Crag, Keswick, October 6th, 1900’, Northern Counties Magazine, 1 (December 1900), 148-53.

 ‘Obituary’, Northern Counties Magazine, 1 (December 1900), 196-8.

 ‘At the Last Old Folks’ “Do” of the Century’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 December 1900, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘St. Martin’s Message to Our Time’, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 50 (29 December 1900), 309-12.

 John Ruskin’s Message to His Time: Sermon at St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite, January 18th 1900 (Keswick, 1900).

 St. George and the Dragon (Keswick, 1900).

 The Golden Rule of Christ (Keswick, 1900).

 The Child Mind the Heavenly (Keswick, 1900).

 Memories of the Tennysons (Glasgow, 1900).

 Ballads of the War (London, 1900).

 1901

 ‘In Memoriam, V.R.I.’, Lancashire Evening Post, 24 January 1901, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Ad Miserigordiam’, Nature Notes, 12 (January 1901), 4-7.

 ‘Across the Flood’, Penrith Observer, 5 February 1901, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘The County Memorial to the Queen’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 March 1901, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘National Memorial to the Queen’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 March 1901, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘National Memorial to the Queen’, Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 9 March 1901, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘The Queen’s Memorial. Plea for a National Valhalla’, Lowestoft Journal, 9 March 1901, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘On Reading Fisherman’s Luck’, Outlook, 67 (16 March 1901), 629.

 ‘Bernard Gilpin’, Northern Counties Magazine, 2 (April 1901), 2. [Poem]

 ‘Shadows of the War’, Northern Counties Magazine, 2 (April 1901), 66-8.

 ‘Welcome to Sir Alfred Milner’, Morning Post, 24 May 1901, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Welcome to Sir Alfred Milner’, Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser, 24 May 1901, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of the Vicar of St. John’s, Keswick, 1st May, 1901’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1901). [Poem]

 ‘Purchase of Part of the Western Shore of Derwentwater’, Times, 19 June 1901, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘National Possession at the English Lakes’, Nature Notes, 12 (June 1901), 110-11.

 ‘The Purchase of Part of the Derwent Shore’, Yorkshire Post, 5 July 1901, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘To Mrs Hoare. On her leaving St. John’s Parsonage, 26th June, 1901’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1901). [Poem]

 ‘’The Brandelhow Estate, Derwentwater’, Northern Counties Magazine, 2 (August 1901), 336-7.

 ‘The Shore of Derwentwater’, Times, 17 August 1901, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘The Shore of Derwentwater: A National Possession’, Aberdeen Press and Journal, 31 August 1901, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The Shore of Derwentwater: A National Possession’, Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 31 August 1901, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘The Purchase of Brandelhow’, Yorkshire Post, 31 August 1901, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘The Angel in the Lilac-Bush’, Nature Notes, 12 (August 1901), 147. [Poem]

 ‘A National Possession on Derwentwater’, Times, 7 September 1901, p. 12. [Letter]

 ‘Love Triumphant. Buffalo, September 6th, 1901’, Lancashire Evening Post, 16 September 1901, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘The Brandelhow Estate on Derwentwater’, Times, 28 September 1901, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘The Lake District: An Appeal’, Climbers’ Club Journal, 4 (September 1901), 44-5.

 ‘To All Who helped’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1901). [Poem]

 ‘William Pearson of Borderside’, Northern Counties Magazine, 2 (September 1901), 373-89.

 ‘In Memory of Bishop Westcott. At Bishop Auckland, Friday, 2nd August’, Northern Counties Magazine, 2 (September 1901), 402. [Poem]

 ‘The President’s Last Words’, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 52 (16 November 1901), 230-2.

 ‘Prehistoric Man in the Lake District’, Times, 7 December 1901, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘The Secret of Old Age’, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 28 December 1901, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘The Secret of Old Age’, West Cumberland Times, 28 December 1901, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Ann Cockbain. November 14th, 1901’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1901). [Poem]

 The President’s Last Word: Sermon Preached in St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite (Keswick, 1901).

 Ruskin and the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1901).

 1902

 ‘To England and America: A New Year’s Greeting’, Carlisle Journal, 3 January 1902, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘To England and America: A New Year’s Greetings’, Picture Politics, (January-February 1902), 3-7. [Poem]

 ‘Skating on Derwentwater. Monday, February 17th, 1902’, Carlisle Journal, 7 March 1902, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Owens College Jubilee, the opening of the Whitworth Hall, March 12, 1902’, St. James’s Gazette, 12 March 1902, p. 10. [Poem]

 ‘The Coronation Bonfires’, Times, 17 March 1902, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Spurious Sports’, Christian World Pulpit, 61 (20 March 1902), 204-7.

 ‘Coronation Bonfires’, Carlisle Journal, 21 March 1902, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Canon Rawnsley Writes’, Penny Illustrated Paper, 22 March 1902, p. 190. [Letter]

 ‘Coronation Bonfires’, Shetland Times, 22 March 1902, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Coronation Bonfires’, Taunton Courier and Western Advertiser, 26 March 1902, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The Central Bonfires Committee’, Kent and Sussex Courier, 18 April 1902, p. 5. [Letter with A. Griffith-Boscawen and G. H. Milward]

 ‘Rhodes Dead’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1902). [Poem]

 ‘The Angel-Whisper, Peace’, London Daily News, 26 May 1902, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Angel-Whisper, Peace’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (June 1902). [Poem]

 ‘The Crowning of the King, August 9th, 1902’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1902). [Poem]

 ‘A Memorial Address: Delivered on September 7, 1902, at the Ruskin Monument on Friar’s Crag, to a meeting of the Companions of the Guild of St. George’, Saint George. The Jurnal of the Ruskin Society of Birmingham, V (October 1902), 247-50.

 ‘At the Declaring Open of the Brandelhow Estate by H.R.H. Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, October 16th, 1902’, Cumberland & Westmorland Herald, 18 October 1902, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘At the Declaring Open of the Brandelhow Estate by H.R.H. Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, October 16th, 1902’, West Cumberland Times, 18 October 1902, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Trafalgar Day’, Times, 21 October, 1902, p. 6. [Letter with Nigel Bond and Robert Hunter]

 ‘Kymin-Hill and the National Trust’, Times, 15 November 1902, p. 4.

 ‘Brandelhow, October 16th, 1902’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1902). [Poem]

 ‘A Christmas Message’, Carlisle Journal, 26 December 1902, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Letter’, Manchester Guardian, 27 December 1902. [Letter]

 A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1902).

 1903

 ‘The New Year’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1903). [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Old Folks’ “Do,” New Year’s Eve, 1902’, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1903, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Old Folks’ “Do,” New Year’s Eve, 1902’, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 3 January 1903, p. 1. [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Old Folks’ “Do,” New Year’s Eve, 1902’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 3 January 1903, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Old Folks’ “Do,” New Year’s Eve, 1902’, West Cumberland Times, 3 January 1903, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘The Delhi Durbar’, Westminster Gazette, 10 January 1903, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Education Act’, Carlisle Journal, 13 January 1903, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Delhi Durbar’, Carlisle Journal, 13 January 1903, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Sunshine at Keswick and the Lakes’, Carlisle Journal, 20 January 1903, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘America to England, Greeting!’ Westminster Gazette, 26 January 1903, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Edna Lyall’, Christian World Pulpit, 63 (25 February 1903), 125-6. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Edna Lyall: Bournemouth, 8th February, 1903’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1903). [Poem]

 ‘With the Pre-Dynastic Kings’, Atlantic Monthly, 91 (February 1903), 220-7.

 ‘Colonel Henderson, Ave Atque Vale!’ Westminster Gazette, 11 March 1903, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Colonel Henderson’, Carlisle Journal, 13 March 1903, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Sandwich Barbican’, Times, 17 March 1903, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘The Bede Memorial’, Times, 21 April 1903, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Bede Memorial’, Carlisle Journal, 28 April 1903, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Missel Thrush and Irish Yew’, Nature Notes, XIV (May 1903), 87. [Poem]

 ‘Blencathra Sanatorium: The Cry of the Poor Consumptives’, Carlisle Journal, 1 May 1903, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘The Chiff-Chaff’s Return’, Nature Notes, XIV (June 1903), 132. [Poem]

 ‘The Anniversary of the Coronation’, Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, 13 August 1903, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘The Anniversary of the Coronation’, Carlisle Journal, 14 August 1903, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘“Mister Wudsworth”: The Lake Poet Remembered by Villagers’, T. P. Weekly, 2 (21 August 1903), 365.

 ‘Lord Salisbury: In Memoriam, August 22nd, 1903’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1903). [Poem]

 ‘The Vicar of Crosthwaite and Sunday Funerals’, Carlisle Journal, 6 October 1903, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘The Cry of the Poor Consumptive’, Dundee Evening Telegraph, 19 October 1903, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Letter from Canon Rawnsley’, Western Daily Press, 16 November 1903, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘The Avon Cliffs’, Times, 16 November 1903, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘The Cry of Macedonia’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1903). [Poem]

 ‘Prefatory Note’, The Border Land in Olden Time, by Thomas Carrick (Carlisle, 1903).

 The Haunted Oak of Nannau; Dramatic Cantata (with William E. Haesche), (New York, 1903).

 Lake Country Sketches (Glasgow, 1903).


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