Scene at Milnwood, engraved by R. Graves
after Sir David Wilkie
From: Sir Walter Scott, Old Mortality (Edinburgh:
A. & C. Black, 1859), vol. I (frontispiece).
Originally published in vol. IX of the Magnum Opus
edition of the Waverley Novels (Edinburgh: Cadell, 1830),
depicts a scene in chapter 8 of Old
Mortality where Henry Morton is arrested on suspicion
of concealing Balfour of Burley. Portrayed, from left to right,
are the Laird of Milnwood; his housekeeper Alison Wilson; a maid;
Cuddie Headrigg; Mause Headrigg, Henry Morton, Sergeant Bothwell.