We now pass on to consider the next chapter in the geological history of the Cheviot Hills.
From the top of the hill we had an extensive view over the moors of Liddisdale, and saw the Cheviot Hills.
They allowed him that very best means of education, a calmness of the senses, as he herded sheep on the Cheviot Hills.
The Cheviot Hills glittered in the west; it was the kind good-bye of our own dear England.
Such are some of the more notable relics of the people who lived in the valleys of the Cheviot Hills in pre-Roman times.
What should I speak of the Cheviot Hills, which reach twenty miles in length?
North of the Cheviot Hills the names are again predominantly Norse.