We now pass on to consider the next chapter in the geological history of the Cheviot Hills.
The result was, the introduction into Scotland of the celebrated Cheviot breed.
In addition to all these natural charms, the Cheviot district abounds in other attractions.
Cheviot Wool may be taken as representative of the hilly breeds of sheep.
Such would appear to have been the case with the great dyke of the Cheviot district.
The track of the ice in the Cheviot district is very distinctly marked.
The sheep thought that they recognized the fuming dun of an unusually heavy Cheviot storm.
If you had but been at home when Cheviot wanted Harry to have sent for you—because he did not think him fit for it!
Branxholm Tower was about eighteen miles from Melrose and situated in the vale of Cheviot.
And as an angler's paradise the Cheviot uplands have long been popular.
range of hills between Scotland and England, named for one of them, The Cheviot, attested from 12c. as Chiviet; of uncertain origin; the second element is perhaps Old English geat "gate."