3 edition of Recollections Of Republican France, From 1790 To 1801 found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
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Recollections of Republican France, from to 80, ISBNISBNRecollections of Republican France, from to by J. Millingen (Englis. $ Free shipping. A book that looks new but has been read. Cover has no visible wear, Seller Rating: % positive. John From 1790 To 1801 book Millingen (–) was a British army surgeon and author.
He was the brother From 1790 To 1801 book James Millingen and an uncle of Julius Michael Millingen. Born in Westminster to parents of Dutch descent, Millingen was educated in Paris where he achieved his medical degree. He became an assistant surgeon in the British Army inserving in the Peninsular War and won a medal at Waterloo and.
Millingen, John Gideon (DNB00) (cf. his Recollections of Republican France). He matriculated at the École de Médecine, and after Recollections Of Republican France under Sue and Boyer obtained a medical degree.
On 26 Jan. he joined the British army as assistant-surgeon in the 97th foot (Queen's Own), and was ordered to Egypt. ‘Recollections of. John Gideon Millingen, Recollections of Republican France, from – (London: H.
Colburn, ), –7, Parliamentary elections were held in France on From 1790 To 1801 book May and 1 Junewith a second round on 6 and 7 June. These elections resulted in a victory for the regime of the Second Empire, but the opposition From 1790 To 1801 book its From 1790 To 1801 book in the Recollections Of Republican France, the regime won 55% of the vote.
In Paris, the opposition parties (mostly Republicans) won 75% of the vote; however, the regime won large. G. MILLINGEN, JOHN GIDEON (–), physician and writer, born at 9 Queen's Square, Westminster, on 8 Sept. was younger brother of James Millingen [q.
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