John G. Millingen
Born in Westminster of Irish and Dutch parents, Millingen was educated in Paris where he achieved his medical degree. He became an assistant surgeon in the British Army in 1802, serving in the Peninsular War and won a medal at Waterloo and the surrender of Paris. He retired in 1823 and was appointed as a physician to the military asylum at Chatham and Hanwell.
- The Bee-hive (1818), a musical farce
- Ladies at Home, or Gentlemen, We Can Do Without You (1819)
- The Illustrious Stranger, or Married and Buried (1827)
- Who'll Lend Me a Wife? (1834)
- The Miser's Daughter (1835)
- Borrowed Feathers (1836)
- Sketches of Ancient and Modern Boulogne (1826) (Prose)
- Adventures of an Irish Gentleman, 3 vol. (1830)
- Stories of Torres Vedras, 3 vol. (1839)
- The History of Duelling (1841)
- Recollections of Republican France from 1790 to 1801 (1848)
- Saunders, T. B.; rev. James Falkner (2004). "Millingen, John Gideon (1782–1849)" (online ed available to subscribers). Oxford Dictionary of National Biography,. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 2 Feb 2009.
- Millingen, John Gideon (1939). Stories of Torres Vedras. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
- Works by John Gideon Millingen at Project Gutenberg
- Works by or about John G. Millingen at Internet Archive