Rawnsley, Hardwicke Drummond, Rev. (M)

Surname: Rawnsley
Forename(s): Hardwicke Drummond
b. 18 September 1851. d. 28 May 1920. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Poet and cleric. Born at Shiplake-on-Thames, Berkshire. Church of England clergyman and conservationist and involved in the Lake District Defence Society. Founded Keswick School of Industrial Arts. Friend of Beatrix Potter. Published many poetry volumes including Sonnets at the English Lakes (1881). Biographical information: Reilly, Late Victorian Poetry, p. 395; ODNB. (AC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 13
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
The Ballad of the ‘Cleopatra’ 1888-08 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 12325
In Memoriam—Horatius Bonar, D.D. 1889 Good Words Poet 5564
Father Damien 1889-07 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14870
To Lord Tennyson. On his Eightieth Birthday, August 6th, 1889 1889-08 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14872
An Old Conspiracy 1890 Good Words Poet 4036
I.—The Forth Bridge 1890-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8394
II.—The Eiffel Tower 1890-03 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8395
Sister Rose Gertrude 1890-08 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 12045
The Wreck of the “Ocean-Queen.” To the Heroes of Colwyn Bay. November 7th, 1890 1891-01 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14908
A Ballad of Port Blair 1892-03 Atalanta Poet 2178
The Bitter Cry of Brer Rabbit 1892-05 The Cornhill Magazine Poet 12239
“Well Done, ‘Calliope’!” March 16th, 1889 1892-11 Atalanta Poet 2239
Leaving Aldworth. Oct. 11, 1892 1892-11 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 8229