Maps, plans and archives
c.1636-52 Robert Gordon, Aberdeen, Banf [sic], Murrey [sic] &c. to Inverness : [and] Fra the north water to Ross / Robertus Gordonius a Strathloch describebat 1640.
1654 Johannes Blaeu, Duo Vicecomitatus Aberdonia & Banfia, una cum Regionibus & terrarum tractibus sub iis comprehensis / Auctore Roberto Gordonio à Straloch. Description of the two Shyres Aberdene and Banf, with such Countreys and Provinces as are comprehended under them.
1747-55 General Roy's Military Survey.
1776 G. Taylor and A. Skininer, Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland, 1776.
1820 John Thomson, Northern Part of Aberdeen & Banff Shires.
1822 James Robertson, Topographical and military map of the counties of Aberdeen, Banff and Kincardine.
1865-70 survey Banffshire, 1st edition OS 1:2500 (25") and 1:10,560 (6"), published 1871-4; 1896-8 survey Banffshire, 2nd edition OS 1:2500 (25") and 1:10,560 (6"), published 1902-3.
National Archives of Scotland RHP20974 Plan of the town of Banff, from actual survey by John Wood, Edinburgh 1823.
National Archives of Scotland RHP31309 Plan and sections of part of the policies of Duff House, by Al. Duncan 1856 (photostat copy).
National Archives of Scotland RHP31414/1-10 Plan of the Barony of Alvah, Duff House grounds & lying in the parishes of Banff and Alvah…, the property of the Rt. Hon. The Earl of Fife, surveyed by Alexander Duncan 1858 (photostat copy).
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland: National Monuments Record of Scotland (NMRS) and photographic and manuscript collections.
Furgol, E M 1985, The Duff House Transcripts from The Montcoffer Papers, Historic Buildings and Monuments Directorate.
Gow, I and T Clifford 1995, Duff House, National Galleries of Scotland: Edinburgh.
Harper, A 1843, Summer excursions in the neighbourhood of Banff and vicinity of Duff-House, Bridge of Alva, &c., &c. / by a Deveronside poet, James Imlach: Banff.
House, S. and C. Dingwall 2003, 'A nation of planters: Introducing the new trees 1650-1900' in T. C. Smout, People and Woods in Scotland: A history, Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh.
Imlach, J 1868, History of Banff, and familiar account of its inhabitants and belongings; to which are added, chronicles of the old churchyard of Banff, Banff.
Land Use Consultants 1987, Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland, Historic Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage: Edinburgh.
Phillips, R (ed.) 1806, Collection of modern and contemporary voyages and travels, vol. II, London.
Sanders 1773, The complete English traveller; or, a new survey and description of England and Wales. ... To which is added, a concise and accurate description of that part of Great Britain called Scotland. ... By Nathaniel Spencer, London.
Tait, A A 1985, Duff House, HMSO: Edinburgh.
The New Statistical Account of Scotland 1845, Statistical Account of the Parish of Banff, , vol.13, Edinburgh, 271-96.
The Statistical Account of Scotland 1791, Statistical Account of the Parish of Gamrie, vol. 1, Edinburgh, 469-71.
The Statistical Account of Scotland 1798, Statistical Account of the Parish of Banff, vol. 20, Edinburgh, 319-82.
Transactions of the society, instituted at London, for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce, Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce (London, England), vol. 21, 1803, London.
Historic Environment Scotland, The Lists of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historical Interest, LB21985, LB21893, LB2885, LB21988, LB2883, LB21986, LB21989, LB21894, LB37624, LB21987, LB3048, http://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designations [accessed 07 November 2017]
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