Maps, Plans and Archives
c.1636-52 Robert Gordon, 'A description of the province of the Merche'
1654 Johannes Blaeu, Laudelia sive Lauderdalia Scotis, vulgo, Lauderdail
1747-55 General Roy's Military Survey 1747-55
1771 Andrew Armstrong and Mostyn Armstrong, 'Map of the County of Berwick'
1776 George Taylor and Andrew Skinner, 'Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland, 1776'
1797 John Blackadder, 'Berwickshire'
1821 John Thomson, 'Berwick-Shire'
1826 T. Sharp, C. Greenwood and W. Fowler, 'The County of Berwick'
1843 William Crawford and William Brooke, 'Map embracing extensive portions of the Counties of Roxburgh, Berwick, Selkirk & Midlothian and Part of Northumberland. Minutely & accurately surveyed... by Crawford and Brooke'
1857 survey Berwickshire, 1st edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and OS 1:10560 (6”), published 1862
1859 survey Roxburghshire, 1st edition OS 1:2500 (25”), OS 1:10560 (6”), published 1863
1898 survey, Berwickshire, with part of Roxburghshire 2nd edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and OS 1:10560 (6”), published 1900
NAS RHP1206 William Crawford, 'Plan of the Lands of Carolside and Clackmae, the property of James Hume Esq', 1826
NAS GD 113/5/443/144 Correspondence of Gilbert Innes of Stow
NAS GD113/5/5 Statement of Account between Robert Barlas, factor to Miss Innes of Stow, and Stephen Watts, forester on the estate of Carolside, for 1838 and 1839 together with records of days worked and money paid.
NAS GD416/6 Correspondence and legal documents concerning lease by James Hume of Carrolside of Leadervale House to Captain Brown.
RCAHMS: National Monuments Record of Scotland (NMRS) and photographic and manuscript collections
ASH Consulting Group 1998, The Borders landscape assessment, Edinburgh: Scottish Natural Heritage
Beattie, W 1838, Scotland: illustrated in a series of views taken expressly for this work by Messrs. T. Allom, W.H. Bartlett, and H. McCulloch, London
Burke 1832, A General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, Volume 2, London
Cruft, K, Dunbar, J and Fawcett F 2006, Borders New Haven, Conn and London: Yale University Press
Crighton, A 2010, Private correspondence with Julie Candy, Historic Scotland
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Forman, S 1955, 'Carolside House' Scottish Field 103, 38-9
Gibbs, Sheila and Ian, 2010, Private correspondence with Julie Candy, Historic Scotland
Hardy, J 1886, 'Report of Meetings for 1886: Lauder etc', History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club 11
Historic Scotland on behalf of Scottish Ministers The Lists of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest
New Statistical Account 1845, Statistical Account of the parish of Earlston, 1834, vol. 3, 18-25
Roelker, Edith 1948, Lady Sarah Lennox – An irrepressible Stuart 1745-1826, London
Tait, James 1891, Two Centuries of Border Church Life: with biographies of leading men and sketches of the social condition of the people on the Eastern border, Kelso
The Border Magazine 1917, 'Death of Lady Reay' 22, 66
The Present Peerage of the United Kingdom 1864, London
Houston 1998, Hunt is on for Scotland's version of Chequers, www.findarticles.com/p/news-articles/scotsman-edinburgh-scotland-the/mi_7951/is_1998_April_27/hunt-scotlands-version-chequers/ai_n32494724/ [accessed 9 December 2009]
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Note of Abbreviations used in references
NLS: National Library of Scotland
NAS: National Archives of Scotland
RCAHMS: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
SNH: Scottish Natural Heritage
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