Chapters at the English Lakes (Glasgow, 1913)

One reviewer of the book wrote: ‘Canon Rawnsley has written much about the English lakes, but there is no falling off of interest in the collection of sketches entitled “Chapters at the English Lakes.”’


The Life and Death of John Wordsworth (pp. 1-43)

Coleridge at the English Lakes (pp. 44-66)

Charles Dickens in Cumberland (pp. 67-103)

Charles Dickens’s Connexion with the Lake District (pp. 104-125)

Keswick and the Neighbourhood—An Historical Sketch (pp. 126-151)

The Stone Circle on Castrigg Fell (pp. 152-167)

The Battle of Portinscale Bridge (pp. 168-190)

An Old-Fashioned Parish Party (pp. 191-199)

Between Moonlight and Dawn—Skating on Derwentwater (pp. 200-205)

Wild Cherry Time in Westmoreland (pp. 206-213)

The National Trust Possessions on Windermere. I. Borrans Field (pp. 214-227)

The National Trust Possessions on Windermere. II. Queen Adelaide’s Hill (pp. 228-249)