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A History of the Border Counties
List of Maps


1606. Mercator’s Atlas. Map of Southern Scotland.

1654. Blaeu’s Atlas—

(4) Teviotia vulgo Tivedail. Auct. Tim. Pont. Io. Blaeu, excudit.

(5) Tvedia cum Vicecomitatu Etterico Forestae etiam Selkirkae dictus. (Twee-Dail with the Sherifdome of Etterik-Forrest, called also Selkirk.) Auct. Timotheo Pont.

(6) Laudelia sive Lauderdalia, Scotis vulgo Lauderdail. Auct. Tim. Pont.

(7) Mercia, vulgo Vicecomitatus Bervicensis. Auct. Tim. Pont.

1715. John Adair. Peebles-shire. Published with History of County, by A. Pennycuick, M.D.

1725. Hermann Moll’s Atlas—

(7) The North Part of the Shire of Roxburgh, and the Shire of Selkirk, called also Etterick Forrest.

(9) Liddesdale, which is the South Part of Roxburghshire.

(10) The Mers or March and Lauderdale.

(12) Tweeddale, alias the. Shire of Peebles, &c. 1741. Edgar. Peebles-shire or Tweedale, surveyed by Wm. Edgar. Scale 1 inch to a mile. Dedicated to the Earl of Traquair.

1770. Stobie. Roxburghshire, by Matthew Stobie, Land Surveyor, engraved by John Hayly. Scale 1 inch to a mile. 4 sheets.

1772. Ainslie. Map of Selkirkshire or Ettrick Forest, from a Survey taken in the year 1772, by John Ainslie. Scale 1 inch to a mile. 2 sheets.

1774. Armstrong. A new map of the County of Peebles, by Capt. Armstrong. 2 sheets.

1794. Statistical Account of Scotland. Contains some Parish Maps by Local Authorities.

1832. Thomson's Atlas of Scotland—

Roxburghshire, in 2 sheets, by Messrs Kinghome, Cranston, & Clark.

Peeblesshire, by Messrs Little, Johnstone, Knox, & Johnson.

Selkirkshire, by Lord Napier, J. C. Scott of Sinton, and Messrs Mitchell & Kinghome.

1845. New Statistical Account of Scotland. Maps of the Counties, by W. H. Lizars.

1850-60. Ordnance Survey, on scale of 6 inches to a mile.

Roxburghshire, 48 sheets ; Peeblesshire, 27 sheets ; Selkirkshire, 24 sheets.

1863-69. Ordnance Survey, on scale of 1 inch to a mile. Sheets 24, 25, 16, 17, II.

1895. Bartholomew, J. G., Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s Atlas of Scotland, scale 2 miles to an inch, where a full Bibliography of Atlases of Scotland is given, pp. 16-18.


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