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UNrectorg.
HAWICK, &C*
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Hislop John & Cn. 15 High st
Martin Robert, Wi'ton place
Murray Thomas Bourtree place
Reve! William, 23 High st
Riddle John, 24 High st «
Rutherford James, 21 High st
Rutherford Richard, 17 Highst
Wangh Audiew, 38 High st
Wood Bernard, 21 Howegate
TANNERS AND SKINNERS
Michie Robert, O'Connell st
Nichol John, Slitrig crescent
Scott William, Slitrig crescent
Skinner John, High st
Wilson Margaret & Sons (and wool
merchants), Teviot crescent
TIN-PLATE WORKERS
Armstrong John, Sand bed
Blaikie George, Tower knowe
Scott George, Sand bed
TOBACCONISTS
Oliver Andrew, 1 High st
Tudhope James, Sand bed
Turubull William, Howegate
TOY DEALERS
Easton George (aud fishing tackle),
High street
M'Kenzie Francis, Hnwegate
Park David Scott, 19 High st
Young Ttomas, 45 High st
VINTNERS
Barclay George, 22 Howeeate
Boiston Anthony (Half Moon), 64
High st [place
Burns Geo. (Railway Hotel), Wilton
Cook Wm (Cross Keys) 9Buccleuch st
Elliot James(Ewe Lamb),Orrock pi
Heriot Euphemia (Black Bull),
Sand bed
Laidlaw Thomas, 4 High st
Scott Agnes (Plough), Sand bed
Scott James (Fleece), 6 High st
Wood James(Commercialj,13 Buc-
cleuch stieet
WATCH & CLOCK MAKERS
Gowan James, Howegate
Graham John, 29 High st
Graham Thomas, 16 High st
Rutherford William, 7 High st
WHIP AND THONG MAKERS
Purves William, 1 High st
Robison Ebenezer, Wilton path
WRITERS
( See also Notaries.)
Anderson Robert, Sand bed
Carmichael Jamesfprocurator fiscal
for Hawick district, and clerk to
the Hawick Gas Light Company)
High street
Kirk Charles, 3 Buccleuch st
Oliver Georue & James, 9 Buc-
cl'-uch street
Purdom Thomas (and assessor of
property and income tax), High st
Wilson James, 5 Buccleuch st
YARN SPINNERS
Middleman John & Sun, Slitrig cres
Laidlaw William & Sous, Tevjot-
crescent Mills
Nixon J oh n&Sons( woollen, hosiery
& tweed yanis),LYNNwooDMiLLs
Wilson John, Langlands and Lady-
law Mills
MISCELLANEOUS
BnlieffJohn, hatter. 25 High st
Blaikie George, temperance hotel, Tower
knowe
Brand Geo basket maker, O'Connell st
Dodds Anthony, registrar of marriages,
births and deaths, Buccleuch st
Douglas James, licensed to let horse and
gigs. High st [Dam side
Freeman Thomas, sinker maker. Back
Godfrey Valentine,needle maker, O'Con-
nell st
Hawick Advertiser (Saturday), James
Dalgleish. publi her, 9 High st
King George Henry, brewer and maltster,
Slitrig crescent [Howegate
Macdonald Robert, tallow chandler,
Melrose & Sons, millwrights & machine
makers, Slitrig terrace [O'Connell st
Michie John, currier and leather cutter,
Mitchell and Don, coach builders, Buc-
cleuch st
Munro William, rope maker,l Bourtreepl
Oliver Andrew, messenger at arms,
Bridge House
Purves James, coach maker, the Village
Reid Nancy, stay maker, North Bridge st
Scott Charles, nail maker. Kirk wynd
Sharp John.furniture broker,0'Connell st
She»ran Michael, pawnbroker. SHowegte
Shiel James, registrar of births, deaths &
marriages, Albion place, Wilton
Stainton James, nail maker, O'Connell st
Turnbull Thos. eating house, Howegate
Turner John, rag dlr. Savings' Bank close
Young Thomas, agent for Croggon's
asphalte, and register office for servants,
45 High st
PLACES OF WORSHIP.
AND THEIR MINISTERS.
Established Chdrches: —
Buccleuch st -Rev. John Mac Rae
Old Kirk vard — Rev. John Thomson
Wilton — Rev James Stewart,
Episcopal Church, Slitrig crescent —
Rev. John Dakers
Fkee Church, Buccleuch street— Rev.
John A. Wallace
Presbyterian (United) Chapels:—
East Bank Matise— Rev.AdamThomson
Myres Law green- Rev Andrew Rod-
gie and the Rev. James Parlane
Cross wynd — Rev. Thomas Russell
Independent Chapel, O'Connell st —
Rev. James Proctor
Congregational Union Chapel,
O'Connell st — Rev. William Munro
Baptist Chapel, Allars crescent— Rev.
William Morae Anderson
Roman Catholic Chapel, Buccleuch
st- Rev. Patrick Taggart, priest
Fire Engine Station, Town Hall
Gaol, Cross wynd
Gas Works, Old Bridge-John Y. Scott
manager
Police Office, Cross wynd-James
J horn, superintendent
Pcblic Baths & Uashhouses, Sand
bed— Chesser & Milligan, proprietors
Stamp & Tax Office, Buccleuch st—
Charles Kn k. sub-distributer of stamps
Tax Office, Buccleuch street— Charles
Kirk, sub-collector
Town Hall, High st
Union WoRKHoosE.the Loan— Thomas
Drysdale, governor; Jane Drysdale,
matron; William Norman Kennedy,
secretary
Waterworks Office, Town Hall
West Teviotdale Agricultural
Society's Office, Bridge House—
James Oliver, secretary and treasrrer
COACH.
To CARLISLE, a Mail Coach, from the
Tower Hotel, every day at half-past
one ; goes through Langholm & Long-
town
CONVEYANCE BY RAILWAY.
ON THE DALKEITH AND HAWICK
BRANCH OF THE NORTH BRITISH
LINE.
Station, at Wilton— Thomas Richards,
station master
CARRIERS.
To EDINBURGH and GLASGOW, by
rail
To BERWlCK-ON-TWEED.bvr«i/
To CARLISLE, LANGHOLM and
LONG TOWN, Walter Scott, from East
end, Mondav and Wednesday
To DUMFRIES & LANGHOLM, Thos
Wintrup, from High st, Thursday
To JEDBURGH and KELSO, Walter
Scott, Monday & Friday, anil Thnmas
Turnbull, from the Coach and Horses,
Wednesday; also by rail
To LANGHOLM, Matthew Murray.from
the Black Bull, Monday and Thursday
To LILLIESLEAF, — Riddle, from the
Plough, Thursday and William David-
son, Saturday
To LILLIESLEAF, MIDHOLM and
BOW DEN, - Slenhouse, from the
Coach and Horses, Saturday
To NEW CASTLETON, Robert Scott,
Thomas Turnbull and John Graham,
from the Bull, Thursday
To NEWCAS1 LE-ON-TYNE, Robert
Hogg, from the Black Bull, Thursday ;
also by rail
To SELKlRK,MELROSE and GALA-
SHIELS, Walter Scott, from the Coach
and Horses, Tuesday and Friday; also
by rail
JEDBURGH, .
INCLUDING THE NOBILITY, GENTRY, CLERGY, &c. IN THE PARISHES OF BEDRULE,
CRAILING, HOWNAM, OXNAM, AND SOUTHDEAN.
«J EDBURGH is a royal burgh, the seat of a presby-
tery, the capital of its parish, and the county town ; 46
niiles s. e. from Edinburgh (by Lauder), 10 s. by w.
from Kelso, the same distance n. by e. from Hawick,
and 12 N. from the English bolder; agreeably situate
jii the left bank of the Jed — the nan e of which river,
with weorth, the Saxon name for hamlet, formed its
untie nt appellation of Jedweorth or Jedworth; in course
ot time it became perverted to its present designation,
but through a very extensive district in ihe south the
old name is partly retained, by pronouncing it Jeddart
or Jethart, which are almost exclusively used by the
common people. The town, which stauds on the decli-
vity of a hill, and surrounded on every side by others of
considerable height, is in general well buiit, and con-
sists of four principal streets, which cioss each other
at rigln angles, and form a square or market place in
the centre. The streets and principal shops are lighted
with gas, and the inhabitants are supplied with excel-
lent waier. The river Jed, which takes its rise in the
Carter, one of the hills of the Cheviot range, and runs
along the south-east side of the town, is crossed by no
fewer than seven biidges witbin a mile of it. In recent
times Jedburph has been greatly improved, and many
new buildings have been erected. The principal archi-
tectural aud antiquarian object of attraction in the tow a
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