Stephen Austin

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Bailey's Prairie, Texas - Local Legend
... to The Handbook of Texas, James Briton Bailey was in Texas before Stephen F ... Austin's Old Three Hundred colonists had arrived ... Bailey would not give up his home even though Stephen F ...
John Austin (soldier)
... John Austin (March 17, 1801 — August 11, 1833) was a Texian settler, one of Stephen Austin's Old Three Hundred, and the Texian commander at the Battle of Velasco ... No or distant relation to the empresario Stephen Austin, John was born to John Punderson Austin and Susan Rogers Austin in New Haven, Connecticut ... Captured and imprisoned in Mexico, John later returned to Texas and joined Stephen Austin's colony, befriending him and becoming constable of his settlement at San ...
Christian Philosophy - Contemporary Philosophy
... figures in liberation theology Daniel Bonevac, logician at the University of Texas at Austin Jay Budziszewski, a political philosopher at the University of Texas at Austin who ... Stephen R ... Stephen Evans, American historian and philosopher teaching at Baylor University Jacques Ellul, French philosopher, legal scholar, sociologist, and legal scholar who was a leading Christian anarchist ...
Jackson Ferry Shot Tower - Purpose
... Moses Austin (father of Stephen F ... Austin) and his brother Stephen Austin owned the lead mines and surrounding operations during the 1790s ... Within the Austin Papers (a collection of writings, letters, and business ledgers by Moses and descendants) the manufacturing of shot in Wythe County is referenced on several occasions ...

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    Certainly, then, ordinary language is not the last word: in
    principle it can everywhere be supplemented and improved upon, and superseded. Only remember, it is the first word.
    —John Austin (1911–1960)

    I forsak the, Kyng Herowdes, and thi werkes alle;
    Ther is a chyld in Bedlem born is beter than we alle.’
    —Unknown. St. Stephen and King Herod (l. 6–8)