Kirkland, Hilary (1985) The Third Statistical Account of Scotland; the County of Midlothian
Land Use Consultants for the Countryside Commission for Scotland, CCS (later Scottish Natural Heritage, SNH) and Historic Buildings and Monuments Directorate, Scottish Development Department (first published c1987, 1997 reprint) The Inventory of Gardens & Designed Landscapes in Scotland: Volume 5: Lothian & Borders
East Lothian District Council West Sector Plan 1978-81
McMorland, Peter (1996) ‘Out of Sight, Out of Mind’, East Lothian Life Issue 22, p30 (on waste disposal)
Musselburgh Museum Committee (2000) 2000 years in Musselburgh Booklet for exhibition 29 July 2000
Musselburgh Museum Steering Committee (1991) Tawse were the days! Booklet for exhibition 15 September 1991
Scottish Natural Heritage & Historic Scotland (2001) An Inventory of Gardens & Designed Landscapes: Supplementary Volume 1: Lothians
Woodward, F.N. (1985) Memoirs of a Peripatetic Technologist; The Technical Autobiography of Foster Neville Woodward, Gullane
Adamson, Rev Sidney, (c1963) St Michael’s Kirk at Inveresk
Burnet, Jane E. (1999) A Reason for Inveresk: a scrapbook of history, collected and compiled by Jane E. Burnet Courtyard Press
The original Peddie and Kinnear architectural drawings for Wedderburn House are now located at the premises of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS), 16 Bernard Terrace, Edinburgh.
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