In spite of all we could do, they took the town of hawick, plundered it, and burnt it to ashes.
We are to start, if possible, on Friday, and sleep at hawick the first night.
Renton states that near hawick, Roxburghshire, he finds a few at raspberry blossom every year.
hawick, a burgh of ancient renown, was the centre of these crimes.
I have not left Abbotscliff yet, and here I am coming to hawick.
The ancient family-seat of the lairds of Buccleuch, near hawick.
At hawick, the people used to wear wooden clogs, which made a clanking noise on the pavement.
Borthwick water is a stream, which falls into the Tiviot, three miles above hawick.
Leyden sang; but now the stream is very much tainted indeed below hawick, like Tweed in too many places.
For what reason the queen chose to enter Liddesdale by the circuitous route of hawick, does not appear.