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 Wilson’s unpublished document, A Checklist of the Principal Publications of H. D. Rawnsley, Additional Items (July 2018).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

 1904

 ‘A New Year’s Sonnet. The Tide of Love, 1904’, Westminster Gazette, 1 January 1904, p. 11. [Poem]

 ‘A New Year’s Sonnet. The Tide of Love, 1904’, Lowestoft Journal, 9 January 1904, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘T’Auld Fwoks’ Cursmas “Do”’, Keswick, December 30, 1903’, Carlisle Journal, 1 January 1904, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘T’Oald Fwoks’ Cursmas Do’, West Cumberland Times, 2 January 1904, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Bishop Muldoon. At the Burning Theatre, Chicago, 30the December, 1903’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1904). [Poem]

 ‘“I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Hills”’, West Cumberland Times, 26 March 1904, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘“I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes to the Hills”’, Millom Gazette, 31 March 1904, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘Christ Before Abraham’, Church Family Newspaper, 11 (31 March 1904), 137.

 ‘Tennyson a South Country Man?’ Spectator, 92 (23 April 1904), 639.

 ‘To-day the land remembers him who fought’, Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 25 April 1904, p. 7. [Poem]

 ‘There is glory now by Anker stream’, Tamworth Herald, 7 May 1904, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘The Long Buckby Hero’, Northampton Mercury, 13 May 1904, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘To the Editor of the Times’, Times, 17 May 1904, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘A May-Tide Festival at the English Lakes’, Nature Notes, 15 (June 1904), 106-9.

 ‘The Doomed Tower on the City Wall at Newcastle’, Times, 26 July 1904, p. 14. [Letter]

 ‘The Doomed Tower on the City Wall at Newcastle-on-Tyne’, Times, 13 August 1904, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘Coleridge at the English Lakes’, Bookman, 26 (September 1904), 200-3.

 ‘True and False Hymnody’, Christian World Pulpit, 66 (14 September 1904), 166-8.

 ‘Liao-Yang, Sept. 1st, 1904’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1904). [Poem]

 ‘The Cry of the Avon Banks’, London Daily News, 1 October 1904, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell’, Times, 10 October 1904, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘At the Bishop’s Grave, Raughtonhead’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1904). [Poem]

 ‘The Plummer Tower, Newcastle-on-Tyne’, Times, 9 November 1904, p. 11. [Letter]

 ‘In Memory of A. Slack, Derwent Hill, Oct., 24th’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1904). [Poem]

 ‘T’Ald Fwoks’ Cursmas, December, 1904. Barns Yance Agean’, West Cumberland Times, 31 December 1904, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘Pre-Historic Man at Bristowe Hill, Crosthwaite’, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 4 (1904), 254-6.

 Flower-Time on the Oberland (Glasgow, 1904).

 The Resurrection of Oldest Egypt: Being the Story of Abydos as Told by the Discoveries of Dr. Petrie (Laleham, 1904).

 Sacrum Commercium: The Converse of Francis and His Sons with Holy Poverty (London, 1904).

 The Venerable Bede: His Life and Work. A Lecture, Delivered in the Town Hall, Sunderland (Sunderland, 1904).

 1905

 ‘The New Year’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1905). [Poem]

 ‘The Hungry School-Children of Assisi’, Times, 3 January 1905, p. 12. [Letter]

 ‘The Preservation of Places of Historic Interest’, Times, 5 January 1905, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘T’Oald Fwok’s Cursmas Dea, 1904. Barns Yance Agean’, West Cumberland Times, 7 January 1905, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Red Sunday in St. Petersburg, January 22nd’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Death, the Angel Friend’, Century, 69 (February 1905), 576.

 ‘Mark Cockbain, laid to rest in Crosthwaite Churchyard, Feb. 15th, 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Kirkstead Chapel’, Times, 16 March 1905, p. 12. [Letter]

 ‘Jupiter and Venus: March 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Keswick Music Festivals’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 April 1905, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Dawn in Greece and Cumberland’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Empire Day’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (June 1905). [Poem]

 ‘I, in a tranquil May-tide’s afterglow’, Maryport Advertiser, 3 June 1905, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘I, in a tranquil May-tide’s afterglow’, West Cumberland Times, 3 June 1905, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘God’s Gift of the Ideal’, Christian World Pulpit, 67 (14 June 1905), 379-82.

 ‘York Minster Restoration’, Times, 16 June 1905, p. 14. [Letter]

 ‘To Admiral Togo. Tsu-shina, May 27-28, 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1905). [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Mary Jane Lowe, 27th July, 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Union with God: A Tennyson Memorial Sermon’, Christian World Pulpit, 68 (9 August 1905), 81-3.

 ‘The Dreamers of Peace’, London Daily News, 23 August 1905, p. 7. [Poem]

 [‘To Federate Europe’], London Daily News, 23 August 1905, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force – An Appeal’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 26 August 1905, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘Gowbarrow fell and Aira Force’, Times, 29 August 1905, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘To the Mikado. Portsmouth, USA, 29th August, 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1905). [Poem]

 ‘To Sir Redvers Buller, V.C. Exeter, September 6th’, Western Times, 8 September 1905, p. 10. [Poem]

 ‘Labels in the National Portrait Gallery’, Times, 9 September 1905, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘The National Trust and Ullswater’, Times, 18 September 1905, p. 17. [Letter with Octavia Hill]

 ‘The Anglo-Japanese Treaty’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (October 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Trafalgar Day, October 21, 1905’, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 21 October, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Nelson’s Last Prayer, October 21st, 1905’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1905). [Poem]

 ‘A Nelson Centenary Sermon’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 November 1905, p. 5.

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’, Times, 21 November 1905, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘Gowbarrow fell: Canon Rawnsley Defends the Purchase’, London Daily News, 22 November 1905, p. 6. [Letter]

 ‘Sympathy the Seal of Christ’, Church Family Newspaper, 12 (24 November 1905), 701.

 ‘Sympathy with Russian Jews’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 25 November 1905, p. 4.

 ‘The Queen’s Appeal, Nov. 13th’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1905). [Poem]

 ‘Gowbarrow fell and Aira Force: The Required Sum Raised’, London Daily News, 20 December 1905, p. 9. [Letter with Octavia Hill and Nigel Bond]

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’, Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 20 December 1905, p. 5. [Letter with Octavia Hill and Nigel Bond]

 ‘Christmas, 1905’, London Daily News, 25 December 1905, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘T’ Keswick Auld Fwokes’ Do, 1905’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 December 1905, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘T’ Keswick Auld Fwokes’ Do, 1905’, West Cumberland Times, 30 December 1905, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Introductory Note’, Fairy Tales by Delta (London, 1905), vii-ix.

 ‘Some Account of Windermere’, Windermere and the Royal Yacht Club (Kendal, 1905).

 ‘Sayings of Jesus’, and a Lost Gospel Fragment: Being a Series of Village Sermons on Three Papyrus Fragments (Laleham, 1905).

 1906

 ‘The New Year’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1906). [Poem]

‘To the Editor of the Visitor and Guardian’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 27 January 1906, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘A Crosthwaite Belfry Song, January 1st, 1906’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (February 1906). [Poem]

 ‘Choral Society Social’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 3 February 1906, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Double Choir: To My Old Friend, Mr. P. T. Freeman’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 3 February 1906, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of W. B. H.: A Social Reformer’, London Daily News, 21 February 1906, p. 6. [Poem]

 ‘Elementary Education and Religion’, Times, 24 February 1906, p. 10. [Letter with W. W. Jackson, A. Shadwell and T. E. Page]

 ‘The Double Choir’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (March 1906). [Poem]

 ‘Elementary Education and Religion’, Times, 3 March 1906, p. 8. [Letter with W. Moore Ede, W. M. Bell and T. E. Page]

 ‘Gowbarrow Park’, Times, 19 March 1906, p. 10. [Letter]

 ‘Gowbarrow Park’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 24 March 1906, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Battle of Tsu-Shima, May 27-28, 1905’, Millom Gazette, 12 April 1906, p. 5. [Poem]

 ‘To a Thrush on a Mid-March Morning’, Nature Notes, 17 (April 1906), 61. [Poem]

 ‘To my friends well met, 31st March’, West Cumberland Times, 7 April 1906, p. 3. [Poem]

 ‘Gowbarrow Park and Aira Force’, Spectator, 96 (14 April 1906), 581.

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 21 April 1906, p. 5. [Letter]

 ‘The Destruction of Shoulthwaite Moss’, Times, 25 April 1906, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘The Chiff-Chaff’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (May 1906). [Poem]

 ‘The Egret’s Royal Charter’, Nature Notes, 17 (June 1906), 105. [Poem]

 ‘Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force’, Times, 28 June 1906, p. 8. [Letter]

 ‘Senator Hoar’, Century, 72 (July 1906), 379.

 ‘Sir Wilfrid Lawson: Obiit July 1, 1906’, Westminster Gazette, 3 July 1906, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘Sir Wilfrid Lawson: Obiit July 1, 1906’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 7 July 1906, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Sir Wilfrid Lawson: Canon Rawnsley’s Tribute’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 14 July 1906, p. 5.

 ‘The Opening of Gowbarrow’, Times, 27 July 1906, p. 4. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

 ‘Sir Wilfrid Lawson: Obiit July 1, 1906’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1906). [Poem]

 ‘To a Statesman: (Bereaved August 30, 1906)’, Westminster Gazette, 1 September 1906, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘The Bereaved Premier: To a Statesman (Bereaved August 30th, 1906)’, Lancashire Evening Post, 3 September 1906, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘At Yew Crag, Gowbarrow Fell’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (September 1906). [Poem]

 ‘Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Lawson at Aspatria’, Times, 10 September 1906, p. 7. [Letter]

 ‘Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Lawson at Aspatria’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 15 September 1906, p. 4. [Letter]

 ‘Church Congress Hymn’, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 September 1906), 703. [Hymn]

 ‘Barrow-in-Furness and its Interesting Surroundings: Antiquities and Literary Associations’, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 September 1906), 715-9.

 ‘Canon Rawnsley on ‘Recreation’’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 6 October 1906, p. 4.

 ‘Some Impressions of the Congress’, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (12 October 1906), 761.

 ‘“The Lady of Shalott”’, London Daily News, 22 October 1906, p. 3. [Letter with H. G. Woods]

 ‘Holman Hunt’s “The Lady of Shalott”’, Times, 22 October 1906, p. 8. [Letter with H. G. Woods]

 ‘The Conquering Christ’, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 December 1906), 1018.

 ‘Old Mary’s Secret’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian’, 29 December 1906, p. 4. [Poem]

 ‘Old Mary’s Secret’, West Cumberland Times, 29 December 1906, p. 2. [Poem]

 ‘In Memoriam: Principal Rainy’, Hamilton Herald and Lanarkshire Weekly News, 29 December 1906, p. 8. [Poem]

 ‘Wordsworth’, Homes and Haunts of Famous Authors (London, 1906), 3-18.

 ‘Tennyson’, Homes and Haunts of Famous Authors (London, 1906), 137-51.

 Months at the Lakes (Glasgow, 1906).

 A Sonnet Chronicle (Glasgow, 1906).

 1907

 ‘The New Year, 1907’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (January 1907). [Poem]

 ‘Memorial to Sir Wilfrid Lawson at Aspatria’, Times, 14 January 1907, p. 6. [Letter]

 [‘Skating on Derwent Water’], Times, 5 February 1907.

 ‘The Things that Cannot be Shaken’, Christian World Pulpit, 71 (20 February 1907), 119-21.

 ‘In Memoriam: J. R. Anderson. Died at Glasgow, March 26th’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (April 1907). [Poem]

 ‘The Offer to the Nation of Holman Hunt’s “The Ship”’, Times, 6 April 1907, p. 12. [Letter with W. Holman Hunt]

 ‘Personal Power after Death’, Church Family Newspaper, 14 (12 April 1907), 287.

 ‘The Holman Hunt Picture “The Ship”’, Times, 14 May 1907, p. 8. [Letter with H. Woods]

 ‘Railway Facilities to Perugia’, Times, 24 May 1907, p. 11.

 ‘Free Meals for School Children at Assisi’, Times, 28 May 1907, p. 16.

 ‘In Memoriam: T. E. Highton, Entered Rest Saturday, June 15th, 1907’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (July 1907). [Poem]

 ‘At a Picture Exhibition’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (August 1907). [Poem]

 [‘Third-Class Sleeping Accommodation on Railways’], Times, 13 August 1907, p. 9. [Letter]

 ‘Praise and Life’, Christian World Pulpit, 72 (21 August 1907), 123-4.

 ‘The Character of Jezebel’, Layman, (6 September 1907), 293-5.

 ‘The Marks of the Lord Jesus’, Church Family Newspaper, 14 (13 September 1907), 684.

 ‘Bridge Saving Versus Bridge Destruction’, Times Engineering Supplement, 18 September 1907, p. 298.

 ‘On Laying the Foundation Stone of the New Church at Plumpton, All Saints’ Day, 1907’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (November 1907). [Poem]

 ‘Worship and Conduct’, Church Family Newspaper, 14 (22 November 1907), 912.

 ‘Worship and Conduct’, Supplement to Church Family Newspaper, 28 November 1907, p. 912.

 ‘In Memory of the Bell-Master – Stephen Hogarth’, Crosthwaite Parish Magazine, (December 1907). [Poem]

 ‘In Memory of Dr. Barnado’, Times, 10 December 1907, p. 8. [Letter]  

 ‘A Song from Christmas Eve’, Church Family Newspaper, 14 (20 December 1907), 1000.

 ‘Keswick Old Folks Dinner’, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 21 December 1907, p. 3. [Letter]

 ‘Christmas day, 1907’, London Daily News, 25 December 1907, p. 4. [Poem]

 Dominus Illuminatio Mea: An Oxford Pageant Sermon Preached at St. Mary’s on Sunday the Fifth after Trinity (Oxford, 1907).