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Fact / Prior: true propositions are in order - but not true propositions - but also partial sentences are facts - they are not tied to utterance - Proposition are not tied to uttering: the sun was hot before man appeared.
Fact / Strawson: facts are what statements notice - not what statements (sentences) are - they are not an object in addition to objects - facts and statements fit together, they were made to fit together - PriorVs: then "no facts without statement" (false) and "Facts are logical constructions" (also wrong because they are "in the world") - Wittgenstein: facts are the world, not in the world - Prior: harmless, they are not "in" sentences either.
Objects of thought Oxford 1971
Arthur N. Prior
Papers on Time and Tense 2nd Edition Oxford 2003