Maps, Plans and Archives
1608 Timothy Pont 'The Sherifdom of Etrick Forrest, called also Selkirk' (reproduced in Craig Brown 1886)
c.1636-52 Robert Gordon 'A map of the Clyde and Tweed basins'
1654 Johannes Blaeu 'Tvedia cum vicecomitatu Etterico Forestae etiam Selkirkae dictus, [vulgo], Twee-dail with the Sherifdome of Etterik-Forest called also Selkirk / auct. Timotheo Pont'
1688 John Adair 'The Sherifdome' of Etrik Forest
1773 John Ainslie 'Map of Selkirkshire or Ettrick Forest'
1747-55 William Roy 'Military Survey of Scotland'
1757 John Scot 'Plan of Haining Estate, John Pringle Esq Proprietor' (schematised version reproduced in Craig Brown 1886)
1776 GeorgeTaylor and Andrew Skinner 'A.Taylor and A.Skinner's Survey and Map of the Roads of North Britain or Scotland 1776'.
1823 John Wood 'Plan of the Town of Selkirk from actual survey'
1824 John Thomson 'Selkirk-Shire'
1843 William Crawford and William Brooke 'Map embracing extensive portions of the Counties of Roxburgh, Berwick, Selkirk & Midlothian and Part of Northumberland. Minutely and accurately surveyed by… Crawford and Brooke'
1851 Thomas Mitchell 'Map of the County of Selkirk and District of Melrose'
1856-9 survey Selkirkshire, 1st edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and 1:10,560 (6”), published 1863
1897-8 survey Selkirkshire, 2nd edition OS 1:2500 (25”) and 1:10,560 (6”), published 1900
Historic Scotland on behalf of Scottish Ministers The Lists of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest
RCAHMS: National Monuments Record of Scotland (NMRS) and photographic and manuscript collections
NAS GD1/1138/6 Sales Particulars: The Haining (1939)
NLS MSS.Adv.35.3.12 MacFarlane, Walter Geographical Collections relating to Scotland containing a particular description of Shires, Parishes, Burroughs etc. in that kingdom vol.1 (1748)
NLS MS.20767 (f.174) Fragments of a history of the Pringles
Berwickshire Naturalists' Club Transactions 1884, Anniversary Address, delivered October 11 1882, 10, 1-64
Brown, M P 1826, Supplement to the Dictionary of the Decisions of the Court of Session, vol. 2, Edinburgh
Craig Brown, T 1886, The History of Selkirkshire, or Chronicles of Ettrick Forest, vol.2, Edinburgh
Cruft, K; Dunbar, J and Fawcett, R 2006, Borders New Haven, Conn.; London: Yale University Press
Greville, R K 1828, Scottish cryptogamic flora: or Coloured figures and descriptions of cryptogamic plants, belonging chiefly to the order fungi; and intended to serve as a continuation of English botany vol.6, Edinburgh
Groome, Francis H 1885, Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland
Hallen, A. W. Cornelius (ed.) 1893, Subterranean passage near Selkirk, The Scottish Antiquary or, Northern Notes & Queries, 7, 86-8
Land Use Consultants 1987, Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland, vol. 5, Edinburgh: Historic Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage
Lindsay, J 1886, The Haining, Selkirk: With notices of its antiquities, topography, and natural history, paper read 25th January 1883 in Transactions of the Edinburgh Naturalists' Field Club, 1, 82-96
RCAHMS 1957, An Inventory of the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Selkirkshire, Edinburgh: HMSO
Scott, W 1858, The land of Scott; or, Tourists' guide to Abbotsford, the Country of the Tweed and its Tributaries, and St Mary's Loch, London
PASTMAP: Historic Scotland on behalf of Scottish Ministers, The Schedule of Monuments, jura.rcahms.gov.uk/PASTMAP/start.jsp [accessed 18 June 2009]
Urban woods in Scottish Borders granted new lease of life: Forestry Commission Scotland News Release 9190 (17 January 2007), www.forestry.gov.uk, [accessed 10 December 2008]
The Borders Abbeys Way, www.bordersabbeysway.fsnet.co.uk, [accessed 18 June 2009]
Note of Abbreviations used in references
NAS: National Archives of Scotland
RCAHMS: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland
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