David Mills may refer to:
- David Mills (author) (born 1959), American atheist and author
- David Mills (bass) (born 1929), Canadian bass, poet, composer and actor
- David Mills (Canadian politician) (1831–1903), Canadian politician, author, poet and jurist
- David Mills (editor) (born 1957), American editor and writer in Christian media
- David Mills (footballer) (born 1951), English footballer
- David Mills (lawyer) (born 1944), British lawyer
- David Mills (rugby league) (born 1981), Wales international rugby league player
- David Mills (solar researcher) (born 1946), Australian scientist
- David Mills (TV writer) (1961–2010), American journalist, screenwriter and television producer
- David L. Mills (born 1938), American computer engineer
- David Mills (cricketer, born 1937), former English cricketer
- Detective David Mills, a fictional character from the 1995 film Seven, played by Brad Pitt
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“They give us a pair of cloth shorts twice a year for all our clothing. When we work in the sugar mills and catch our finger in the millstone, they cut off our hand; when we try to run away, they cut off our leg: both things have happened to me. It is at this price that you eat sugar in Europe.”
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