CONTENTS

 

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   Title Page  
 I  Family and Childhood  1 - 5
 II  Uppingham School  6 - 19
 III  Oxford  20 - 30
 IV  Wray  31 - 52
 V  Carlisle Diocese  53 - 66
 VI  Crosthwaite  67 - 91
 VII  Thirlmere  92 - 105
 VIII  Bonfires  106 - 114
 IX  Ambleside Railway  115 - 129
 X  County Coucil Elections  130 - 140
 XI  Memorials  141 - 152
 XII  The National Trust  153 - 169
 XIII  Armenia  170 - 174
 XIV  Temperance  175 - 179
 XV  1898 - 99 Assisi: Madagascar:  The Press: America  180 - 186
 XVI  1900 - 01 The Death of Ruskin:  Queen Victoria's Funeral  187 - 193
 XVII  Education    194 - 209
 XVIII  1903 - 05 Grasmere:  Tuberculosis  210 - 214
 XIX  1906 Church Congress:  Holman Hunt : Bridges:  Dunnabeck:  Canon of Carlisle  215 - 219
 XX  1907 - 13 Twenty Five Years at Crosthwaite  220 - 227
 XXI  1914 - 16 Acqui:  War:  Allan Bank:  Edith's Death:  Leaving Crosthwaite  228 - 233
 XXII  1917 - 19 Marriage:  Peace Celebrations  234 - 238
 XXIII  1920 The Death of Canon Rawnsley and Memorials  239 - 245
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Conclusion
Appendices
Bibliography
Abbreviations

246 - 251
252 - 275
276 - 281
282

 

The Subject Index lists topics to be found in the published works of Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley.  This includes chapters in his books, articles published in journals and magazines, his numerous letters to Newspapers, as well as the sermons, hymns and related topics that he chose to put in the public domain.  The Index does NOT include the hundreds of individual poems which he published in newspapers and the Crosthwaite Parish Magazine.  These will be listed in a separate Index.

Caedmon

Caedmon Cross, The Builders’ Journal and Architectural Record, (7 December 1898), pp. 282-3

‘“Caedmon Memorial” at Whitby, Times, 8 February 1898, p. 8 [Letter]

Story of the Caedmon Cross, Sunday Magazine, 27 (September 1898), pp. 691-6

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

Calder Abbey

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Round the Coast of the Lake Country (Round the Lake Country, pp. 1-24)

Calvert, Mary

Last of the Calverts, Cornhill Magazine, 14 (May 1890), pp. 494-520

Letter to Keswick Literary and Scientific Society, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 15 February 1890, p. 4 [Letter]

Calvert, Raisley

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 95-98

Carlisle

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

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

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

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

Edwardian House in King’s Arms Lane, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1914, p. 7 [Letter]

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

New Font in Carlisle Cathedral, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 2 (June 1891), p. 6

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

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

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

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

Carlyle, Thomas

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 156-161, 180-184

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 132-136

Cars

 

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

Dangerous Highways near Keswick, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 11 July 1891, p. 5 [Letter]

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

Cartmel Fell Chapel

The Hermitage Chapel on Cartmel Fell (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 187-207)

Castlerigg Stone Circle

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

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

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

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

Stone Circle on Castrigg Fell (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 152-167)

Cathedrals

Closed Cathedrals, Spectator, 61 (1 December 1888), p. 1675

Closed Cathedrals – Lady-Guides, Spectator, 61 (29 December 1888), p. 1851

Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge (A Nation’s Heritage, pp. 65-73)

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

To Save the Cheddar Gorge, Western Daily Press, 5 March 1910, p. 9 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Cherry Blossom

Wild Cherry Time in Westmoreland (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 206-213)

Christ

Christ the Door (Keswick, 1898)

Christ’s Appeal to Unbelievers (Keswick, 1898)

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

Christ for To-Day: International Sermons by Eminent Preachers of the Episcopal Church in England and America, edited by H. D. Rawnsley (1883)

Conquering Christ, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 December 1906), p. 1018

Corpus Christi Day at Orvieto, Contemporary Review, 74 (November 1898), 737-45; Living Age, 219 (24 December 1898), pp. 811-8

Golden Rule of Christ (1900)

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

Mind of Christ, Christian World Pulpit, 29 (12 May 1886), pp. 298-300

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

Passion Play at Selzach, Times, 12 July 1895, p. 5 [Letter]

Passion Play at Selzach, Review of Reviews, 14 (October 1896), pp. 481-2

Passion Play at Selzach, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 160 (September 1896), pp. 315-27; Living Age, 211 (31 October 1896), pp. 299-310

Sayings of Jesus: Six Village Sermons on the Papyrus Fragment (1897)

“Sayings of Our Lord”, A Note by Canon Rawnsley, West Cumberland Times, 17 July 1897, p. 2

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

Christmas

A Happier Christmas and a Glad New Year: From Crosthwaite Vicarage, 1896 (Keswick, 1896)

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

Christmas Day 1889 (Keswick, 1890)

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

Old-Fashioned Christmas Doings at the English Lakes (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 145-152)

“The Old Folks’ Christmas Do,” at Keswick (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 187-198)

White Christmas at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 240-244)

Church of England see also Sermons – Miscellaneous

Calls of Christian Brotherhood: Sermon Preached in Crosthwaite Church on Hospital Sunday, 11th May 1884 (Keswick, 1884)

Church Congress Hymn, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 September 1906), p. 703

Confession in the Church of England, Times, 5 September 1898, p. 5 [Letter]

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

Elementary Education and Religion, Times, 3 March 1906, p. 8 [Letter]

God’s Children, Christian World Pulpit, 48 (4 September 1895), pp. 155-6

Gospel and Suicide: Sermon preached by the Rev. H. D. Rawnsley in Crosthwaite Church on August 27, 1893, Christian World Pulpit, 44 (4 October 1893), pp. 212-15

Gospel of the Father, Christian World Pulpit, 31 (8 June 1887), p. 367

Greatness of Prayer, Church Family Newspaper, 20 (9 May 1913), p. 8

Hymn for the Pan-Anglican Congress, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 May 1908, p. 5

Kingdom of God and the Coal Strike: Sermon preached by the Rev. H. D. Rawnsley in Crosthwaite Church on 10th September, 1893, West Cumberland Times, 16 September 1893, p. 2

Lambeth Conference on Prayer-Book Revision, Times, 11 September 1908, p. 5 [Letter]

Legend of the Three Friends and Jesuit Persecution, Times, 9 May 1899, p. 6 [Letter]

Possibilities of Christian Union, Times, 7 August 1908, p. 9 [Letter]

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

Property Rights in the Light of Christ (1898)

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: I – Christian Hospitality, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (10 August 1887), pp. 93-5

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: II – The Two Ways, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (17 August 1887), pp. 100-102

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: III – Christian Influence, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (31 August 1887), pp. 141-3

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: IV – Hypocrisy, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (7 September 1887), pp. 154-6

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: V – The Christian Ministry, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (21 September 1887), pp. 186-8

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: VI – The Christian Eucharist, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (7 December 1887), pp. 358-60

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

Some Present-Day Cruelties: A Trumpet of Alarm, Christian World Pulpit, 44 (20 December 1893), pp. 225-7

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

Why Not Victoria Clergy Pension Fund and Church House? Spectator, 59 (13 November 1886), p. 1525 [Letter]

Cinema see Offensive Films and Publications

Clay, Jessie

In Grateful Remembrance of Jessie Clay: Sermon Preached in Brathay Church, August 30, 1908 (1908)

Clifford, Henry

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 2-5

Clifford, Lady Anne

At the Countess’ Pillar (Round the Lake Country, pp. 126-157)

Clough, Arthur Hugh

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 166-168

Co-education see Education

Cockermouth

An Address on Wordsworth by Canon Rawnsley (A Reminiscence of Wordsworth Day, Cockermouth, April 7th, 1896, pp. 47-62)

Daffodil Day at Cockermouth (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 265-271)

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 191-196

Wordsworth at Cockermouth (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 218-226)

Coleridge, Hartley

Reminiscences of Hartley Coleridge (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 10-36)

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

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

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

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 12-28

Colley Hill

Colley Hill, Reigate, Times, 8 April 1911, p. 7 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Colley Hill, Reigate: National Trust Appeal for £7,700, Dorking and Leatherhead Advertiser, 15 April 1911, p. 6 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

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

Coniston

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

At the Ruskin Exhibition, Coniston (Ruskin and the English Lakes, pp. 79-114)

Memorial Cross at Coniston (Ruskin and the English Lakes, pp. 219-230)

Consecration Crosses

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

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

Consecration Crosses, St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 109-118)

Coombe Hill

Coombe Hill, Bucks, Times, 25 April 1911, p. 8 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Cornwall

Sonnets of the Cornish Coasts (Sonnets Round the Coast, pp. 21-46)

Corruption

Eagles of Judgment, Christian World Pulpit, 56 (20 September 1899), pp. 180-1

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

Gathering of the Eagles, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 16 September 1899, p. 5

Gathering of the Eagles (1899)

Countess’ Pillar

At the Countess’ Pillar (Round the Lake Country, pp. 126-157)

County Council Elections (Cumberland)

County Council, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 May 1891, p. 5 [Letter about HDR’s election as an Alderman]

To the Electors of the Keswick Division of the County of Cumberland, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 2 March 1895, p. 4 [Letter]

To the Electors of the Keswick Division of the County of Cumberland, West Cumberland Times, 2 March 1895, p. 4 [Letter]

To the Electors of the Keswick Division of the County of Cumberland, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 March 1895, p. 4 [Letter]

To the Electors of the Keswick Division of the County of Cumberland, West Cumberland Times, 9 March 1895, p. 4 [Letter]

Cowper, William

A Poet’s Example: Sermon preached in Crosthwaite Church, on the Second Sunday after Easter, 1900, Church of England Pulpit and Ecclesiastical Review, 50 (7 July 1900), pp. 2-4

Crete

The Cry of Crete to the Six Powers, New York Times, 23 March 1897, p. 6 [Letter]

The Cry of Crete to the Six Powers, London Chronicle, (circa March 1897) [Letter]

Cropper, James

James Cropper of Ellergreen (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 86-93)

Crosthwaite

A Second Chapter in the History of Rebate Bridges in the Ancient Parish of Crosthwaite, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 7 January 1899, p. 5 [Letter]

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

Associations of St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite, with Literature, Science and Art. [This article, written in 1918, was published in 1953 in the book, The Parish Church of St. Kentigern, Crosthwaite, by Francis C. Eeles, pp. 68-79.]

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

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

Consecration Crosses, St. Kentigern’s Church, Crosthwaite (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 109-118)

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

Morning and Evening at Crosthwaite (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 20-26)

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

Sexton Joe (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 85-91)

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

Crozier, John

A North Country Nimrod (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 189-206)

Cumberland

Cumberland Character (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 205-219)

Sonnets of the Lancashire and Cumberland Coasts (Sonnets Round the Coast, pp. 75-110)

Customs and Traditions

A Foreword by Canon Rawnsley, Some Records of the Annual Grasmere Sports, compiled by Hugh W. Machell, (1911), pp. 13-18

An Old-Fashioned Parish Party (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 191-199)

An Old-Time Rushbearing at Ambleside (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 1-16)

At Brig-End Sheep-Clipping (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 250-264)

At the Countess’ Pillar (Round the Lake Country, pp. 126-157)

At the Grasmere Play (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 69-85)

At the Grasmere Rushbearing. 1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp. 126-132)

At the Grasmere Sports (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 73-94)

At the Grasmere Sports, Murray’s Magazine, 2 (October 1887), pp. 527-37

Brough Hill Fair (Round the Lake Country, pp. 192-209)

Grasmere Dialect Play (Months at the Lakes, pp. 7-17)

Grasmere Rushbearing (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 41-56)

Grasmere Sports.:1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp.140-153)

Hound Trails of the North (Months at the Lakes, pp. 153-159)

Joy of Harvest, Church Family Newspaper, 23 (13 October 1916), p. 12

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

Keswick Old Folks’ Dinner, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 21 November 1908, p. 8. [Letter with T. R. Hodgson and R. W. Mayson]

May Day by Greta Side (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 43-72)

May Queen at Keswick (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 78-80)

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

Old-Fashioned Christmas Doings at the English Lakes (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 145-152)

“Old Folks’ Christmas Do,” at Keswick (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 187-198)

Old Folks Dinner, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 January 1908, p. 6. [Letter with R. W. Mayson and H. T. Pope]

Old Folks” Do, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 5 December 1908, p. 5. [Letter with A. Mitchell Dawson]

Olympia of Wrestling in the North (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 124-132)

Pace-Egging at Easter-Tide (Months at the Lakes, pp.47-54)

Rev. H. D. Rawnsley on Harvest Festivals: Sermon preached at Crosthwaite Church on 1st October, 1893, West Cumberland Times, 7 October 1893, p. 7

Rushbearing at St. Oswald’s Grasmere, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (October 1890), pp. 59-61

Daffodil Day

A Reminiscence of Wordsworth Day, Cockermouth, April 7th, 1896, pp. 5-73

Daffodil Day at Cockermouth (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 265-271)

Daffodils

Duddon Daffodils (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 1-12)

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 55-58

Daisies

A Symbol of Humility (The Daisy), Church Family Newspaper, 15 (17 July 1908), p. 629

Dalton, John

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 210-217

De Quincey, Thomas

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 148-155, 161-163

Death

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

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

Sermon: Courage for Young Men in Death, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 October 1908, p. 6

December

December at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp.234-240)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

White Christmas at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 240-244)

Derwentwater

A Day on Frozen Derwentwater (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 199-204)

A Winter Day on Derwentwater (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 207-217)

Additional Public Rights on Derwentwater, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 17 October 1908, p. 5 [Letter]

Between Moonlight and Dawn—Skating on Derwentwater (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 200-205)

Further Public Rights on the Shore of Derwentwater, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 24 October 1908, p. 5. [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Skating on Derwentwater, Westminster Gazette, 22 January 1895, p. 5 [Telegram]

Skating on Derwent Water, Times, 5 February 1907, p. 9

Trout Fishing in Derwentwater, Carlisle Journal, 28 April 1903, p. 5 [Letter]

Dialect Poems (Lincolnshire)

Poems, Ballads and Bucolics, pp. 13, 34, 46, 63, 70, 79, 90, 99, 111, 122, 130, 190, 197, 214, 228, 244

Dickens, Charles

Charles Dickens in Cumberland (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 67-103

Charles Dickens’s Connexion with the Lake District (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 104-125)

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

Dinas Oleu

Dinas Oleu, Barmouth (A Nation’s Heritage, pp. 13-26)

Disinfectants

Disinfectants, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 18 March 1899, p. 5 [Letter]

Dixon, Mrs

A Crack with Mrs. Dixon of Dove Cottage (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 270-283)

Dockray

From Gowbarrow to Mardale and Back (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 37-63)

Dogs see also Sheep and Shepherds

Hound Trails of the North (Months at the Lakes, pp. 153-159)

Story of Gough and His Dog (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 153-208)

Story of Gough and His Dog, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science, 16 (1892), pp. 95-124

Dove Cottage

A Crack with Mrs. Dixon of Dove Cottage (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 270-283)

Druids’ Circle, Keswick see Castlerigg Stone Circle

Duddon

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Bluebells of the Duddon (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 102-108)

Duddon Daffodils (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 1-12)

To the Duddon Vale as It Is and Is to Be, Cornhill Magazine, 13 (August 1889), pp. 151-63

Eagles

Eagles’ Cry to Our County Councillors, Times, 2 January 1896, p. 11 [Letter]

Earthquakes

Earthquake: Preached in Crosthwaite Church on the Sunday following the Earthquake in Calabria and Sicily, Christian World Pulpit, 75 (13 January 1909), pp. 20-22

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

Easedale Tarn

To Easedale Tarn (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 133-155)

Easter

Pace-Egging at Easter-Tide (Months at the Lakes, pp.47-54)

Education

Bird and Tree County Challenge Shield, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 February 1908, p. 8 [Letter]

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

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

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

Circulating Libraries for Schools, Times, 17 August 1910, p. 4 [Letter]

Co-Education or a Dual School of the Higher Grade for Keswick, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 16 November 1895, p. 5

[Cookery Lessons in Keswick] To the Editor of the Visitor and Guardian, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 6 June 1891, p. 5 [Letter]

Cumberland Ladies’ Association, Carlisle Journal, 11 September 1891, p. 6 [Letter with W. Dobson]

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

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

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

Elementary Education and Religion, Times, 3 March 1906, p. 8 [Letter]

Free Nursing Lecture, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 28 March 1908, p. 8 [Letter]

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

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

War and Education, Education, 12 May 1916, pp. 214-6

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

What Shall We Do With Our Scholars? Nature Notes, 3 (November 1892), pp. 210-12

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

Edward II

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

Edward VII

King Edward Memorial, Times, 17 September 1910, p. 11 [Letter]

Egremont

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Egypt

A Day at the Meydoum Pyramid, Gentleman’s Magazine, 271 (September 1891), pp. 260-78; Living Age, 191 (24 October 1891), pp. 226-36

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

Idylls and Lyrics of the Nile, pp. 1-148 (1894)

Notes for the Nile together with a Metrical Rendering of the Hymns of Ancient Egypt and of the Precepts of Ptah-Hotep, pp. 1-300 (1892)

The Resurrection of the Oldest Egypt: Being the Story of Abydos as Told by the Discoveries of Dr. Petrie, pp. 1-124 (1904)

With the Pre-Dynastic Kings and the Kings of the First Three Dynasties at Abydos, Atlantic Monthly, 91 (February 1903), pp. 220-7

Engelberg

At the Angel Mount (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 139-156)

Visit to the Monastery (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 189-199)

Walks at Engelberg (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp.157-174)

Walks at Engelberg (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 175-188)

English Lakes

A Coach Drive at the Lakes, pp. 1-96 (1890)

A Coach Drive at the Lakes. Part I. From Windermere to Rydal Water, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (September 1888), pp. 255-70

A Coach Drive at the Lakes. Part II. From Rydal to Thirlmere, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (October 1888), pp. 390-404

A Coach Drive at the Lakes. Part III. From Thirlmere to Keswick, Cornhill Magazine, 11 (November 1888), pp. 483-98

A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 1-258 (1902)

By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 1-233 (1911)

Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 1-249 (1913)

Charles Dickens’s Connexion with the Lake District (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 104-125)

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

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

Lake Country Sketches, pp. 1-241 (1903)

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

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

Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 1-271 (1899)

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 1-236 (1894)

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 1-251 (1894)

Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-244 (1906)

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

Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 1-283 (1916)

Practical Guide to the English Lake District, by Henry Irwin Jenkinson, seventh edition, (London, 1893).

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

Round the Lake Country, pp. 1-227 (1909)

Ruskin and the English Lakes, pp. 1-243 (1901)

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

Sonnets at the English Lakes, pp. 1-128 (1881)

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

Tennyson at the English Lakes (Memories of the Tennysons, pp. 76-91)

Ullswater Foreshore and the National Trust, Times, 7 October 1911, p. 8

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

Europe

A United States of Europe: Canon Rawnsley Urges an Anglo-German Entente, Yorkshire Evening Post, 23 December 1905, p. 4 [Letter]

Christmas and the “Entente Cordiale”: A Plea for a United States of Europe, London Daily News, 23 December 1905, p. 6 [Letter]

Evening

An Evening Walk in Wythop (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 92-99)

Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-244 (1906)

Morning and Evening at Crosthwaite (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 20-26)

 

The Subject Index lists topics to be found in the published works of Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley.  This includes chapters in his books, articles published in journals and magazines, his numerous letters to Newspapers, as well as the sermons, hymns and related topics that he chose to put in the public domain.  The Index does NOT include the hundreds of individual poems which he published in newspapers and the Crosthwaite Parish Magazine.  These will be listed in a separate Index.

Fairfield

Up Fairfield, in June (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 100-111)

Fall of Foyers

Canon Rawnsley and the Fall of Foyers, Lakes Herald, 4 October 1895, p. 5 [Letter]

Fall of Foyers – Mr. Ruskin’s Opinion, Times, 16 September 1895, p. 5 [Letter]

Fall of Foyers, Manchester Courier, 1 October 1895, p. 8 [Letter]

Fall of Foyers, Times, 17 October 1895, p. 12. [Letter with J. Bryce]

 Fallows, Fearon

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 197-199

Families in Distress

A Family in Distress, Western Daily Press, 22 September 1876, p. 3 [Letter]

An Appeal, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 13 March 1897, p. 5 [Letter]

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

Help for the Orphan Children of T. Irwin, Who was killed at Simpson’s Mine, Lafayette, Colorado, April 10th, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 10 May 1890, p. 5 [Letter]

Help for Whitehaven, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 17 May 1910, p. 3 [Letter]

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

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

Whitehaven Calamity, Carlisle Journal, 17 May 1910, p. 5 [Letter]

Farringford

Memories of Farringford (Memories of the Tennysons, pp. 92-118)

February

February at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 18-25)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

To Easedale Tarn (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 133-155)

White Candlemas (Months at the Lakes, pp. 26-29)

Ferdinand, Franz, Archduke

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

Finchampstead Ridges

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

Fishing

Trout Fishing in Derwentwater, Carlisle Journal, 28 April 1903, p. 5 [Letter]

Fleming, Albert

Ruskin and the Home Art Industries in the Lake District (Ruskin and the English Lakes, pp. 115-148)

Fletcher, Alice

Alice Fletcher (Valete: Tennyson and other Memorial Poems, pp. 151-166)

Flowers

A Symbol of Humility (The Daisy), Church Family Newspaper, 15 (17 July 1908), p. 629

Bluebells of the Duddon (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 102-108)

Duddon Daffodils (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 1-12)

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

Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 1-328 (1904)

Lily-Woods of Arnside (Round the Lake Country, pp. 25-37)

Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-244 (1906)

Footpaths

A National Issue at Stake, Pall Mall Gazette, 1 October 1887, p. 6 [Letter]

[Article/Letter on Rights of Way], County Council Times, circa August 1890 [Letter]

Closing Footpaths in the Lake District, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 December 1887, p. 4 [Letter]

County Councils and Rights of Way, Westmorland Gazette, 16 August 1890, p. 2 [Letter]

County Councils and Rights of Way, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 23 August 1890, p. 5 [Letter]

Footpath Legislation, Times, 29 November 1892, p. 14 [Letter]

Footpath Preservation: A National Need, Contemporary Review, 50 (September 1886), pp. 373-86

Keswick and District Footpath Preservation Association, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 6 August 1887, p. 5 [Letter with W. Colville, W. R. Fitzpatrick and H. I. Jenkinson]

Fox, George

A Famous Yew Tree (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 166-175)

Edwardian House in King’s Arms Lane, Carlisle Journal, 2 January 1914, p. 7 [Letter]

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 203-209, 222-228

France

Memories of the Great Paris Exhibition, Belgravia, (February 1890), pp. 169-82

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

Friar’s Crag

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 Journal of the Ruskin Society of Birmingham, V (October 1902), pp. 247-50

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

Unveiling of the Ruskin Memorial (Ruskin and the English Lakes, pp. 207-218)

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

Furness Abbey

Round the Coast of the Lake Country (Round the Lake Country, pp. 1-24)

Gardens

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

Geology of the Lakes

Past and Present in the Keswick Vale (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 1-19)

German Miners

German Miners at Keswick (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 64-84)

Home of the German Miners in Tyrol (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 85-101)

Past and Present in the Keswick Vale (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 1-19)

Germany

A United States of Europe: Canon Rawnsley Urges an Anglo-German Entente, Yorkshire Evening Post, 23 December 1905, p. 4 [Letter]

Christmas and the “Entente Cordiale”: A Plea for a United States of Europe, London Daily News, 23 December 1905, p. 6 [Letter]

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

To the Churches in Germany and Lovers of the Fatherland: A Funeral Hymn for the Emperor, Christian World Pulpit, 33 (21 March 1888), p. 183

Goodwin, Harvey

Harvey Goodwin, Bishop of Carlisle: A Biographical Memoir, pp. 1-372 (1896)

The Watch-Night at Crosthwaite Church, Carlisle Journal, 11 December 1891, p. 7 [Letter]

Gosforth Cross

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Gosforth Cross (Round the Lake Country, pp. 47-67)

Gough, Charles

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 39-41

Story of Gough and His Dog (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 153-208)

Story of Gough and His Dog, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Association for the Advancement of Literature and Science, 16 (1892), pp. 95-124

Government Protection of the English Lakes

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

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

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

Gowbarrow

From Gowbarrow to Mardale and Back (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 37-63)

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

Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force (Round the Lake Country, pp. 91-106)

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]

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]

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]

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

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

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

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

Gowbarrow Park and Aira Force, Spectator, 96 (14 April 1906), p. 581 [Letter]

National Trust and Ullswater, Times, 18 November 1905, p. 17. [Letter with Octavia Hill]

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

Grange

Crossing the Sands (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 230-269)

Grasby

Charles Tennyson Turner: A Memory of Grasby (Memories of the Tennysons, pp. 221-247)

Grasmere

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

At the Grasmere Play (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 69-85)

At the Grasmere Rushbearing. 1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp. 126-132)

Grasmere Churchyard, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 September 1888, p. 5

Grasmere Dialect Play (Months at the Lakes, pp. 7-17)

Grasmere Rushbearing (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 41-56)

Rushbearing at St. Oswald’s Grasmere, Carlisle Diocesan Magazine, 1 (October 1890), pp. 59-61

Up Fairfield, in June (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 100-111)

Grasmere Sports

A Foreword by Canon Rawnsley, Some Records of the Annual Grasmere Sports, compiled by Hugh W. Machell, (Carlisle, 1911), pp. 13-18

At the Grasmere Sports (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 73-94)

At the Grasmere Sports, Murray’s Magazine, 2 (October 1887), pp. 527-37

Betting at the Grasmere Sports, Times, 7 September 1897, p. 10 [Letter]

Grasmere Sports: 1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp.140-153)

Hound Trails of the North (Months at the Lakes, pp. 153-159)

Olympia of Wrestling in the North (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 124-132)

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

Gray, Thomas

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 116-120

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 208-211

Green, William

A Lesser Known Worthy of the Lake District (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 112-123)

Greta Hall

Last of the Southeys (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 106-131)

Last of the Southeys: Memories of Greta Hall, Cornhill Magazine, 12 (May 1889), pp. 473-85

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 39-83

Grouting

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

Gulls

In a Cumbrian Gullery (Round the Lake Country, pp. 38-46)

With the Black-Headed Gulls in Cumberland (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 59-68)

Halton Holgate

Sermon Preached in Halton Holgate Church by Canon Rawnsley on the Occasion of the Dedication of a Memorial in Halton Holgate Church to Former Rectors, Churchwardens, and Parish Clerks on April 24th, 1911 (Spilsby, 1911)

Hawell, Joseph

A Skiddaw Shepherd’s Life: In Memoriam Joseph Hawell (Keswick, 1891)

Joseph Hawell, a Skiddaw Shepherd (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 150-165)

Harvest Festivals See Customs and Traditions

Health see also Tuberculosis

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

The Perfect Loaf: Canon Rawnsley on Stone-ground Wheat and Home-made Bread, London Daily News, 16 January 1911, p. 4 [Letter]

The Perfect Loaf: More Plain Hints by Canon Rawnsley, London Daily News, 23 January 1911, p. 4 [Letter]

Village of Perfect Health, Leysin-sur-Aigle, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 158 (November 1895), pp. 680-4

Heber Tower, Newcastle

The “Arbour Tower,” Newcastle-on-Tyne, Times, 3 November 1896, p. 9 [Letter]

Helvellyn

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 196-207

On Helvellyn with the Shepherds (Like and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 219-249)

On Helvellyn with the Shepherds, Cornhill Magazine, 15 (October 1890), pp. 379-94

On Helvellyn with the Shepherds, Living Age, 187 (22 November 1890), pp. 501-509

Shepherds Meeting on Helvellyn, in English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 October 1890, p. 5

Sunrise from Helvellyn (Months at the Lakes, pp. 82-93)

Sunrise on Helvellyn (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 1-9)

Sunrise Over Helvellyn (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 212-218)

Heroes and Heroism

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

Ballads of Brave Deeds, pp. 1-183 (1896)

Ballads of the War, pp. 3-219 (1900)

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

Heroism in Common Life, Sunday Magazine, 27 (June 1898), pp. 420-4

Heroism in Common Life, Sunday Magazine, 27 (December 1898), pp. 851-6

Joy of Heroism, Christian Family Newspaper, 16 (19 February 1909), p. 148

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

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

Sermon: Courage for Young Men in Death, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 31 October 1908, p. 6

The Darkened West: An Appeal to England for Armenia (1896)

The European War 1914-1915 Poems, pp. 17-219 (1915)

Hest Bank

Crossing the Sands (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 230-269)

Hill, Octavia

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

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

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

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

Hines, Walter

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

Hoggart, Thomas

Ald Hoggart O’ Troutbeck (Round the Lake Country, pp. 158-191)

Holbein, Hans

Holbein’s “Duchess of Milan”, Times, 14 May 1909, p. 8 [Letter with George Manners and Richard Davenport]

Holnicote Estate

The Holnicote Estate (A Nation’s Heritage, pp. 100-108)

Home Rule

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

Horses

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

Brough Hill Fair (Round the Lake Country, pp. 192-209)

White Herons and Worn-Out Horses: What Can the Legislature Do? Nature Notes, 9 (September 1898), pp. 168-70

Hound Trails

The Hound Trails of the North (Months at the Lakes, pp. 153-159)

Hunt, Holman

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

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

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

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

Hunter, Robert

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

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

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]

Hunting

A North Country Nimrod (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 189-206)

After the Ravens, in Skiddaw Forest (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 24-42)

Out Ottering (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 13-32)

True Story of “D’ye Ken John Peel?” (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 153-186)

Hydroplanes

(The) Head of Windermere, Times, 2 July 1912, p. 5 [Letter]

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

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]

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

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

Hymnody

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

Hymns

Hymns of Ancient Egypt (Notes for the Nile together with a Metrical Rendering of the Hymns of Ancient Egypt and of the Precepts of Ptah-Hotep, pp. 182-280)

Hymns by HDR

A Battle Hymn, Church Family Newspaper, 21 (27 March 1914), p. 10

Children’s Jubilee Hymn, Christian World Pulpit, 31 (8 June 1887), p. 367

Church Congress Hymn, Church Family Newspaper, 13 (28 September 1906), p. 703

Consecration Hymn, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 28 March 1885, p. 5

Hymn for the Pan-Anglican Congress, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 May 1908, p. 5

Hymn: For the Tercentenary of the Spanish Armada, Christian World Pulpit, 34 (23 July 1888), pp. 63-4

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

Jubilee Hymn, Scottish Church, April 1887

Jubilee Hymn, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 April 1887, p. 5

Jubilee Hymn, Christian World Pulpit, 31 (25 May 1887), p. 335

King of the king of all the earths, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 14 May 1910, p. 8

King of the king of all the earth, Carlisle Journal, 24 May 1910, p. 6

Lord God of love, here gathered now, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 12 September 1885, p. 5

Lord, who before hast set, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 21 July 1888, p. 5

Lord, who before hast set, Carlisle Journal, 20 July 1888, p. 6

Thou who at the marriage call, Carlisle Journal, 30 December 1887, p. 6

To the Churches in Germany and Lovers of the Fatherland: A Funeral Hymn for the Emperor, Christian World Pulpit, 33 (21 March 1888), p. 183

Warrior’s Funeral Hymn: In Memoriam Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Christian World Pulpit, 41 (17 February 1892), p. 99

We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand, Carlisle Journal, 27 November 1891, p. 5

We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand, Carlisle Patriot, 4 December 1891, p. 6

We are the People of His Pasture and the Sheep of His Hand, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 5 December 1891, p. 5

When death in gentlest accent calls, Westmorland Gazette, 22 February 1890, p. 8 [Hymn on the death of Mrs. Mary Stanger, Keswick]

India

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

Ireland

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

Irton Cross

A Pilgrimage to Irton Cross (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 167-175)

Isle of Wight

Sonnets of the Isle of Wight and South Coast (Sonnets Round the Coast, pp. 3-18)

Italy

A Diligence Accident at Bignasco, Times, 9 June 1909, p. 9 [Letter]

A Pilgrimage to La Verna, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, 164 (September 1898), pp. 410-21; Living Age, 219 (19 November 1898), pp. 519-30

Corpus Christi Day at Orvieto, Contemporary Review, 74 (November 1898), pp. 737-45; Living Age, 219 (24 December 1898), pp. 811-8

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

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

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

Poems of Italy and Abroad (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 1-29)

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

Sonnets in Switzerland and Italy, pp. 1-167 (1899)

With Paul Sabatier at Assisi, Contemporary Review, 74 (October 1898), pp. 505-18

January

Grasmere Dialect Play (Months at the Lakes, pp. 7-17)

January at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-7)

Morning and Evening at Crosthwaite (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 20-26)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

Japan

Wordsworth and Japan, Murray’s Magazine, 2 (October 1887), p. 538

Jesuits

Legend of the Three Friends and Jesuit Persecution, Times, 9 May 1899, p. 6 [Letter]

Jezebel

Character of Jezebel, Layman, (6 September 1907), pp. 293-5

Joseph

Joseph, the Gentle-Hearted. Sermon by the Rev Canon Rawnsley on Tender-Heartedness, West Cumberland Times, 30 March 1895, p. 3

Jowett, Benjamin

Memories of the Master of Balliol, Cornhill Magazine, 21 (December 1893), pp. 586-99; Living Age, 199 (December 1893), pp. 816-24

July

July at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 94-103)

Lake Country Sheep-Clipping (Months at the Lakes, pp. 103-116)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

June

June at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 74-82)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

Sunrise from Helvellyn (Months at the Lakes, pp. 82-93)

Up Fairfield, in June (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 100-111)

Juvenile Delinquency

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

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

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

 

The Subject Index lists topics to be found in the published works of Hardwicke Drummond Rawnsley.  This includes chapters in his books, articles published in journals and magazines, his numerous letters to Newspapers, as well as the sermons, hymns and related topics that he chose to put in the public domain.  The Index does NOT include the hundreds of individual poems which he published in newspapers and the Crosthwaite Parish Magazine.  These will be listed in a separate Index.

Abydos

Resurrection of the Oldest Egypt: Being the Story of Abydos as Told by the Discoveries of Dr. Petrie, pp. 1-124

With the Pre-Dynastic Kings and the Kings of the First Three Dynasties at Abydos, Atlantic Monthly, 91 (February 1903), pp. 220-7

Aira Force

Gowbarrow Fell and Aira Force (Round the Lake Country, pp. 91-106)

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]

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]

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]

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

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

Gowbarrow Park and Aira Force, Spectator, 96 (14 April 1906), 581 [Letter]

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

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

National Trust and Ullswater, Times, 18 November 1905, p. 17. [Letter with Octavia Hill]

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

Alcfrith

The Bewcastle Cross (Round the Lake Country, pp. 210-227)

Alcohol see Temperance

Alderman

County Council, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 9 May 1891, p. 5 [Letter about HDR’s election as an Alderman]

Aldworth

From Aldworth to the Abbey (Memories of the Tennysons, pp. 150-184)

Ambleside

Ambleside Railway, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 26 February 1887, p. 5 [Letter with W. H. Hills et al]

Ambleside Railway, Carlisle Journal, 1 March 1887, p. 3 [Letter with W. H. Hills et al]

An Old-Time Rushbearing at Ambleside (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 1-16)

America

Great Britain in America, Outlook, 55 (12 January 1897), p. 267

Animal Cruelty

A Plea for the Birds, Gentleman’s Magazine, 266 (June 1889), pp. 545-58

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

Eagles’ Cry to Our County Councillors, Times, 2 January 1896, p. 11 [Letter]

New Wild Birds’ Protection Act, Nature Notes, 5 (December 1894), pp. 221-4

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

Rare-Bird Preservation, Spectator, 62 (2 March 1889), p. 298 [Letter]

Scientific and Humane Slaughter of Cattle, Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, 31 August 1895, p. 7 [Letter]

Some Present-Day Cruelties: A Trumpet of Alarm, Christian World Pulpit, 44 (20 December 1893), pp. 225-7

What Shall We Do With Our Scholars? Nature Notes, 3 (November 1892), pp. 210-12

White Herons and Worn-Out Horses: What Can the Legislature Do? Nature Notes, 9 (September 1898), pp. 168-70

Wild Birds’ Protection Amendment Act, Times, 28 November 1894, p. 14 [Letter]

Animals

Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-244 (1906)

Apostles

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: I – Christian Hospitality, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (10 August 1887), pp. 93-5

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: II – The Two Ways, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (17 August 1887), pp. 100-102

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: III – Christian Influence, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (31 August 1887), pp. 141-3

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: IV – Hypocrisy, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (7 September 1887), pp. 154-6

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: V – The Christian Ministry, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (21 September 1887), pp. 186-8

Sermons from the Teaching of the Twelve Apostles: VI – The Christian Eucharist, Christian World Pulpit, 32 (7 December 1887), pp. 358-60

April

April at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 37-47)

April Walk to Westmoreland (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 73-84)

Mountain Silence and Valley Song (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 227-234)

Pace-Egging at Easter-Tide (Months at the Lakes, pp.47-54)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

Archaeology

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

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

Note on Kades, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, (April 1881), pp. 124-5

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

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

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

Rock of the Pomegranate, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, (July 1879), pp. 118-26

Rock Rimmon, Palestine Exploration Quarterly, (July 1882), p. 177

To the President of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society, 12 (1893), pp. 270-1

With the Pre-Dynastic Kings and the Kings of the First Three Dynasties at Abydos, Atlantic Monthly, 91 (February 1903), pp. 220-7

Armada

Hymn: For the Tercentenary of the Spanish Armada, Christian World Pulpit, 34 (23 July 1888), pp. 63-4

Tercentenary of the Armada on Skiddaw Top (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 178-185)

Armenia

Armenia: A Cry from the Deep, Christian World Pulpit, 50 (16 September 1896), pp. 177-9

England and Armenia, Speaker, 4 January 1896, p. 19 [Letter]

England and Armenia, New York Times, 20 January 1896, p. 4 [Letter]

England’s Obligations to Armenia, Manchester Guardian, 8 October 1896, p. 8

Is Armenia Worth Saving? Manchester Guardian, 1 October 1896, p. 9

Martyrs of Adana, London Daily News, 11 August 1909, p. 4 [Letter]

Mr. George Russell’s Committee, Times, 20 November 1896, p. 7 [Letter]

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

The Darkened West: An Appeal to England for Armenia (1896)

Arni-Alp

In Paradise (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 200-213)

Arnold, Matthew

At the Sign of the Nag’s Head (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 209-229)

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 216-219

Arnside

The Lily-Woods of Arnside (Round the Lake Country, pp. 25-37)

Art

“Christus Imperator!” The Universal Empire of Christianity in the Light of Evolution: V—Christ in the Realm of Art’, Sermon Preached in St. Bridget’s Church, Bagot Street, on Sunday Evening, December 3rd, 1893, Liverpool Pulpit, 3 (January 1894), pp. 3-9 

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

Exhibition in Fitz Park Gallery, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 11 July 1908, p. 5

God’s Gift of the Ideal: Preached at Athens on the Sunday of the International Archaeological Congress, April 9, Christian World Pulpit, 67 (14 June 1905), pp. 379-82

Great Tapestry in Exeter College Chapel, Oxford, Magazine of Art, 17 (1894), pp. 284-7

Holbein’s “Duchess of Milan”, Times, 14 May 1909, p. 8 [Letter with George Manners and Richard Davenport]

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

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

(The) Hermitage Pictures, Times, 23 January 1919, p. 13 [Letter]

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

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

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

Arthur’s Round Table

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 19-21

Asolo

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

Assisi

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

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

With Paul Sabatier at Assisi, Contemporary Review, 74 (October 1898), pp. 505-18

August

At the Grasmere Rushbearing. 1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp. 126-132)

August at the Lakes (Months at the Lakes, pp. 117-126)

From Gowbarrow to Mardale and Back (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 37-63)

Grasmere Sports. 1905 (Months at the Lakes, pp.140-153)

Hound Trails of the North (Months at the Lakes, pp. 153-159)

Poems of the Months (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 31-58)

Wrestling in the North Countree (Months at the Lakes, pp. 133-139)

Austria

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

The Home of the German Miners in Tyrol (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 85-101)

Avon Cliffs

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

Ballads

Ballads of Brave Deeds, pp. 1-183 (1896)

Ballads of the War, pp. 3-219 (1900)

Poems, Ballads and Bucolics, pp. 1-246 (1890)

Bampton

At the World’s End (Round the Lake Country, pp. 107-125)

Bankes, John

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 121-123

Barbican, Sandwich

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

Bargate, Southampton

The Bargate of Southampton, Times, 14 January 1899, p. 13 [Letter with Thackeray Turner]

Barnardo, Thomas John

In Memory of Dr. Barnardo, Times, 10 December 1907, p. 8 [Letter]

Barras Headland

Barras Headland and the Old Post-Office, Tintagel (A Nation’s Heritage, pp. 131-157)

Barrington Court

Muchelney and Barrington Court (A Nation’s Heritage, pp. 74-89)

Barrow-in-Furness

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

Beatenberg

At Beatenberg (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 18-32)

Coming of Dawn at Beatenberg (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 51-58)

Hill of Saint Beatus (Flower Time in the Oberland, pp. 9-17)

Walks at Beatenberg (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 33-50)

Bede Memorial

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

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

Description of the Memorial: The Scheme (The Venerable Bede: His Life and Work, pp. 54-64)

Belgium

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

Bell-Ringing

Change Ringing at Crosthwaite Church, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 2 January 1886, p. 5 [Letter]

Beowulf

At St. Bees (Round the Lake Country, pp. 68-79)

Bewcastle Cross

The Bewcastle Cross (Round the Lake Country, pp. 210-227)

Birds

A Plea for the Birds, Gentleman’s Magazine, 266 (June 1889), pp. 545-58

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

After the Ravens, in Skiddaw Forest (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 24-42)

Bird and Tree County Challenge Shield, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 29 February 1908, p. 8 [Letter]

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

Black Redstart, Times, 13 July 1911, p. 7

Eagles’ Cry to Our County Councillors, Times, 2 January 1896, p. 11 [Letter]

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

Great Spotted Woodpecker at Allan Bank, Parents’ Review, XXVIII (October 1917), pp. 605-7

In a Cumbrian Gullery (Round the Lake Country, pp. 38-46)

Luminous Birds, Times, 14 January 1908, p. 6 [Letter]

Months at the Lakes, pp. 1-244 (1906)

New Wild Birds’ Protection Act, Nature Notes, 5 (December 1894), pp. 221-4

Owls and the Rat Plague, Times, 24 December 1910, p. 6 [Letter]

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

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

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

Poems of the Birds (Poems at Home and Abroad, pp. 59-75)

Rare-Bird Preservation, Spectator, 62 (2 March 1889), p. 298 [Letter]

White Herons and Worn-Out Horses: What Can the Legislature Do? Nature Notes, 9 (September 1898), pp. 168-70

Wild Bird Protection, Times, 16 April 1895, p. 11 [Letter]

Wild Birds’ Protection Amendment Act, Times, 28 November 1894, p. 14 [Letter]

With the Black-Headed Gulls in Cumberland (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 59-68)

Birkett, Joe

Sexton Joe (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 85-91)

Black Coombe

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Blausee (The Blue Lakes)

The Blaue See. Kanderthal (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 59-70)

Bluebells

 Bluebells of the Duddon (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 102-108)

Boaz

 Ruth and Boaz, Christian World Pulpit, 30 (29 September 1886), pp. 196-8

Boer War

Ballads of the War, pp. 3-219 (1900)

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]

Comforts for the Front, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 30 December 1899, p. 5 [Letter]

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]

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

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

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]

County War Relief Fund, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 2 December 1899, p. 4 [Letter]

First 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]

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

Woollen Socks, Comforters, and Tam-O’-Shanters – For the Men at the Front, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 23 December 1899, p. 5 [Letter]

Bonfires

Book of the Coronation Bonfires (1911)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Coronation Bonfires, Times, 17 February 1911, p. 8 [Letter]

Coronation Bonfires, Times, 15 March 1911, p. 10 [Letter]

Coronation Bonfires, Times, 25 May 1911, p. 12 [Letter]

Diamond Jubilee Bonfires, Times, 4 March 1897, p. 7 [Letter]

Diamond Jubilee Bonfires: A Reminiscence (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 81-108)

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

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

From Skiddaw Top on Jubilee Bonfire Night, Carlisle Patriot, 24 June 1887, p. 3

From Skiddaw Top on Jubilee Bonfire Night, Cornhill Magazine, 9 (August 1887), pp. 154-64

Jubilee Bonfires, Up Skiddaw, London Daily News, 25 June 1897, p. 2

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 168-172

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

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

Skiddaw Jubilee Beacon, Carlisle Journal, 29 July 1887, p. 5

Skiddaw Jubilee Bonfires, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 4 June 1887, p. 5 [Letter]

Tercentenary of the Armada on Skiddaw Top (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 178-185)

Tercentenary of the Armada on Skiddaw Top, Spectator, 61 (28 July 1888), pp. 1028-9

To the Editor of the Carlisle Journal, Carlisle Journal, 21 June 1887, p. 3 [Letter about Skiddaw bonfires]

Tribute of the Hills (A Rambler’s Notebook at the English Lakes, pp. 252-258)

Bookbinding

Forward, Bookbinding as a Handwork Subject, by J. Halliday (1915)

Border Regiment

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]

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]

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

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]

Borrans Field

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

(The) Head of Windermere, Times, 2 July 1912, p. 5 [Letter]

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

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

(The) National Trust Possessions on Windermere. I. Borrans Field (Chapters at the English Lakes, pp. 214-227)

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

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

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]

Borrowdale

Beauty of Borrowdale, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 18 July 1910, p. 11 [Letter]

Borrowdale and Derwentwater, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 8 July 1910, p. 5 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

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

Derwentwater and Borrowdale, Times, 28 June 1910, p. 11 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Fraternal Four of Borrowdale (Life and Nature at the English Lakes, pp. 197-202)

King’s How in Borrowdale (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 208-233)

On the Yew-Trees of Borrowdale, Transactions of the Wordsworth Society, 6 (1884), pp. 150-55

Preservation of the Beauty of Borrowdale, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 2 May 1910, p. 7 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of the Beauty of Borrowdale, Carlisle Journal, 3 May 1910, p. 5 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of Borrowdale, Spectator, 104 (7 May 1910), pp. 766-7 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of Borrowdale’, Spectator, 104 (4 June 1910), p. 926 [Letter]

Preservation of Borrowdale, Times, 15 August 1910, p. 11 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of Borrowdale, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 15 August 1910, p. 6 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of Borrowdale, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 20 August 1910, p. 6 [Letter]

Preservation of Borrowdale, Times, 8 September 1910, p. 6 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

Preservation of Borrowdale, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 9 September 1910, p. 5 [Letter with Nigel Bond]

To Save Borrowdale, London Daily News, 2 May 1910, p. 11 [Letter]

Boy Scouts

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

Brandelhow

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

A Winter Day on Derwentwater (Lake Country Sketches, pp. 207-217)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Bridges

 Second Chapter in the History of Rebate Bridges in the Ancient Parish of Crosthwaite, English Lakes Visitor and Keswick Guardian, 7 January 1899, p. 5 [Letter]

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

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

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

Portinscale Bridge, Spectator, 107 (28 October 1911), pp. 682-3

Portinscale Bridge, Spectator, 107 (11 November 1911), pp. 792-3

Portinscale Bridge, Times, 13 October 1911, p. 4 [Letter]

Portinscale Bridge, Times, 10 November 1911, p. 3 [Letter]

Portinscale Bridge, Yorkshire Post and Leeds Intelligencer, 10 November 1911, p. 3 [Letter]

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

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

Bristol

A Book of Bristol Sonnets (1877)

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

Sonnets of the Bristol Channel (Sonnets Round the Coast, pp. 47-60)

Bronte, Charlotte

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 2 – Westmoreland, Windermere and the Haunts of Wordsworth, pp. 93-96, 109-111

Brothers’ Parting Stone

Memorandum: In Reference to the Memorial Stone at Grisedale Tarn, Transactions of the Wordsworth Society, 2 (1882), pp. 23-4

Brough Hill Fair

Brough Hill Fair (Round the Lake Country, pp. 192-209)

Brougham

At the Countess’ Pillar (Round the Lake Country, pp. 126-157)

Broughton

A Hundred Miles of Beauty at the Lakes (Past and Present at the English Lakes, pp. 119-152)

Browning, Robert

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

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

Brownrigg, William

Literary Associations of the English Lakes: Vol. 1 – Cumberland, Keswick, and Southey’s Country, pp. 124-125

Buck Castle

Buck Castle—A British Stronghold (By Fell and Dale at the English Lakes, pp. 156-166)

Bucolics

Poems, Ballads and Bucolics, pp. 13, 34, 46, 63, 70, 79, 90, 99, 111, 122, 130, 190, 197, 214, 228, 244

Burgenstock

The Burgenstock (Flower-Time in the Oberland, pp. 127-138)