- Sir Joseph,1801–65, English horticulturist and architect.
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Paxton also has come under fire for not disclosing his ties to a number of nonprofits.
But Paxton is vulnerable because of ethical issues, Houston said.
Paxton was in the Army and visited the Village on the weekends to play gigs at the Gaslight and the Commons.
Paxton Quigley remembers the moment she decided to get a gun.Do American Women Need Guns? Self-Defense Pro Paxton Quigley Says Yes
July 25, 2012
The woman says she's calling from her home—she goes by the name of Paxton Lane but she looks more like a Stephanie.The Lesbian Hugh Hefner
December 18, 2010
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Paxton had entered with the conquerors, and had just seized on the house.Memoirs
Charles Godfrey Leland
“Lots of other women are in love with Mr. Paxton, too,” said Jane.The Cricket
Go to Mrs. Paxton, and see her, waiting at her house if she happens to be out.
Mrs. Paxton smiled, though her eyes were glistening suspiciously.
Mrs. Paxton at this crisis proved herself a woman of spirit.
- Sir Joseph. 1801–65, English architect, who designed Crystal Palace (1851), the first large structure of prefabricated glass and iron parts