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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,151,559
2 NeilHamilton 2,923,179
3 noelwoodhouse 2,592,871
4 annmanley 2,224,687
5 John.F.Hall 1,986,087
...
70 rosier 410,313
71 rollsey 409,173
72 andrewhawthorneast 401,152
73 cjbrill 399,623
74 warpedtime 395,645
75 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 394,214

399,623 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 102
November 2016 616
October 2016 305
September 2016 320
August 2016 164
July 2016 241
June 2016 134
May 2016 25
April 2016 23
March 2016 18
February 2016 80
January 2016 142
December 2015 425
November 2015 232
October 2015 252
September 2015 915
August 2015 254
July 2015 85
June 2015 184
May 2015 486
April 2015 98
March 2015 501
February 2015 404
January 2015 714
December 2014 193
November 2014 609
October 2014 17,836
September 2014 16,446
August 2014 26,294
July 2014 3,715
June 2014 2,353
May 2014 1,557
April 2014 546
March 2014 958
February 2014 918
January 2014 1,736
December 2013 1,202
November 2013 698
October 2013 1,319
September 2013 3,520
August 2013 4,157
July 2013 3,630
June 2013 20,330
May 2013 16,199
April 2013 2,552
March 2013 3,105
February 2013 1,013
January 2013 862
December 2012 1,347
November 2012 390
October 2012 62
September 2012 2,394
August 2012 2,809
July 2012 19,124
June 2012 11,700
May 2012 2,356
April 2012 2,451
March 2012 753
February 2012 451
January 2012 704
December 2011 2,148
November 2011 1,544
October 2011 3,788
September 2011 868
August 2011 236
July 2011 1,986
June 2011 1,614
May 2011 493
April 2011 1,391
March 2011 21,150
February 2011 49,891
January 2011 47,659
December 2010 2,193
November 2010 3,543
October 2010 1,554
September 2010 3,683
August 2010 1,203
July 2010 4,168
June 2010 3,953
May 2010 3,190
April 2010 2,670
March 2010 1,237
February 2010 4,024
January 2010 4,143
December 2009 9,280
November 2009 7,304
October 2009 3,979
September 2009 3,512
August 2009 2,278
July 2009 1,180
June 2009 2,591
May 2009 1,913
April 2009 3,049
March 2009 812
February 2009 1,235
January 2009 493
December 2008 3,556
November 2008 6,113
October 2008 990

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,151,558
2 NeilHamilton 2,923,179
3 noelwoodhouse 2,592,871
4 annmanley 2,224,617
5 John.F.Hall 1,986,087
...
70 rosier 410,313
71 rollsey 409,173
72 andrewhawthorneast 401,152
73 cjbrill 399,623
74 warpedtime 395,645
75 ainsworthscrivenmcdonald 394,198

399,623 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 102
November 2016 616
October 2016 305
September 2016 320
August 2016 164
July 2016 241
June 2016 134
May 2016 25
April 2016 23
March 2016 18
February 2016 80
January 2016 142
December 2015 425
November 2015 232
October 2015 252
September 2015 915
August 2015 254
July 2015 85
June 2015 184
May 2015 486
April 2015 98
March 2015 501
February 2015 404
January 2015 714
December 2014 193
November 2014 609
October 2014 17,836
September 2014 16,446
August 2014 26,294
July 2014 3,715
June 2014 2,353
May 2014 1,557
April 2014 546
March 2014 958
February 2014 918
January 2014 1,736
December 2013 1,202
November 2013 698
October 2013 1,319
September 2013 3,520
August 2013 4,157
July 2013 3,630
June 2013 20,330
May 2013 16,199
April 2013 2,552
March 2013 3,105
February 2013 1,013
January 2013 862
December 2012 1,347
November 2012 390
October 2012 62
September 2012 2,394
August 2012 2,809
July 2012 19,124
June 2012 11,700
May 2012 2,356
April 2012 2,451
March 2012 753
February 2012 451
January 2012 704
December 2011 2,148
November 2011 1,544
October 2011 3,788
September 2011 868
August 2011 236
July 2011 1,986
June 2011 1,614
May 2011 493
April 2011 1,391
March 2011 21,150
February 2011 49,891
January 2011 47,659
December 2010 2,193
November 2010 3,543
October 2010 1,554
September 2010 3,683
August 2010 1,203
July 2010 4,168
June 2010 3,953
May 2010 3,190
April 2010 2,670
March 2010 1,237
February 2010 4,024
January 2010 4,143
December 2009 9,280
November 2009 7,304
October 2009 3,979
September 2009 3,512
August 2009 2,278
July 2009 1,180
June 2009 2,591
May 2009 1,913
April 2009 3,049
March 2009 812
February 2009 1,235
January 2009 493
December 2008 3,556
November 2008 6,113
October 2008 990

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Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 22 November 1828 [Issue No.58] page 3 2016-12-06 15:44 day the 26th instant, before the Sale of his Stock
ONE grey MARE, well calculated in her, paces
On Wednesday the 2ßtb ihst. and following days, im
Auction Mart, two days previousln the sale.
day the 26th inst., before the Sale of his Stock
ONE grey MARE, well calculated in her paces
On Wednesday the 26th inst. and following days, im
Auction Mart, two days previous to the sale.
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 22 November 1828 [Issue No.58] page 3 2016-12-06 15:39 SALE BY AUCTION,,
BY MR. J. c. vsDBnrrooD,
SALE BY AUCTION,
BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD,
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 22 November 1828 [Issue No.58] page 3 2016-12-06 15:39 ' BY MR. J. c. vsDBnrrooD,

«iay the 26th instant, before the Sale of his Stock
in-trade commences, x
BY MR. J. c. vsDBnrrooD,
day the 26th instant, before the Sale of his Stock
in-trade commences,
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 22 November 1828 [Issue No.58] page 3 2016-12-06 15:38 with a Saddlo and Bridie complete.
BY MR. J- C. UNDERWOOD, ,
retail store, , i ,
A variety of Crockery, in lots to snit families,
cotton shirts, fustian and duck trowseis, blue cloth
jackets, monkey ditto, Indies' bonnets, gentlemen's
boat cloaks, beaver "hats, table covers, perfumery,
hams, clu ese, pickles, vinegar, 100 doz. port, 50 doz.
Tkbm»».-A credit of three months will be given to
-purchasers of fifteen pounds, and to purchasers of
with a Saddle and Bridle complete.
BY MR. J. C. UNDERWOOD,
retail store.
A variety of Crockery, in lots to suit families,
cotton shirts, fustian and duck trowsers, blue cloth
jackets, monkey ditto, Iadies' bonnets, gentlemen's
boat cloaks, beaver hats, table covers, perfumery,
hams, cheese, pickles, vinegar, 100 doz. port, 50 doz.
TERMS.- A credit of three months will be given to
purchasers of fifteen pounds, and to purchasers of
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 25 October 1828 [Issue No.54] page 1 2016-12-06 15:34 R. BUNSTER has to request, that no credit
MR. BUNSTER has to request, that no credit
THE SICK EDITOR. (Article), The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), Saturday 13 September 1828 [Issue No.48] page 4 2016-12-06 15:23 than mine to decide. Which is Government Honse?
than mine to decide. Which is Government House?
THE FASCINATION OF GLIDING. AERONAUTS HOPE FOR SUCCESS. (Article), Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), Saturday 2 April 1904 [Issue No.953] page 45 2016-12-05 22:44 AERONAUTS HOPE FOR SUCCESS."
Two weü-known aernonauts, Profe
termed "gliding machines" or kites.. The
white canvas enclosed, as it wrer?, in a
kind or frame of strong wood made moro
tached to the lower part of this machiné,
are two arms for the use of tho aeronaut
, steep slope or hill. After a flight tho
AERONAUTS HOPE FOR SUCCESS
Two well-known aernonauts, Profe-
termed "gliding machines" or kites. The
white canvas enclosed, as it were, in a
kind or frame of strong wood made more
tached to the lower part of this machine
are two arms for the use of the aeronaut
, steep slope or hill. After a flight the
M ACETYLENE AIR-SHIP. (Article), The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA : 1867 - 1922), Saturday 28 September 1901 [Issue No.11,389] page 5 2016-12-05 22:36 M ACETYLENE AIR-SHIP.
combination air-~3rip and automdbDe (says
a New* York telegram dated August 19).
for twenty-four hours, weighs 5 lb. pec
n'JKkehead ran along a macadam road afc
Whitehead has demonstrated _ that his
now in u*e. He regards his machine as in
tfiie experimental stage, and* will- tiy co
AN ACETYLENE AIR-SHIP.
combination air-ship and automobile (says
a New York telegram dated August 19).
for twenty-four hours, weighs 5 lb. per
Whitehead ran along a macadam road at
Whitehead has demonstrated that his
now in use. He regards his machine as in
the experimental stage, and will try to
Comparative Advantages OF New South Wales and the Two Canadas. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 4 December 1829 [Issue No.709] page 4 2016-12-05 13:36 may bo partially defeated." ''; ''
V ,A ;'NoTÈ;,çB:aM' THE.,HyLks.-^A ^cprfes
pondeiit sends us the following,origiuul communication.from
a " Convict" jtit. Gosport'. M'e give it verbatim et literatim :
" Wè hiive Six.(iliiiidred, Prisoners pa Boo.rd vye.Rise'nt Five
¡li the Mdriiin'gJo.Breiikfast at Six .all our Boats ¡s ManedSc.
till ,'ti: wjt^ fi,om./the'";.SIiip.;>hy>..SeTeii:Oiir; Gang. Coi.iv¡c,ls.of
Tweuty meii. are. Ganrdcd ? by;Siven Solders we; go, tQ' Fort
ninu'titnin Üppusete the Isle of white we ^nre .Implpred jn
Drawing' Large Stones & UnLoding Vessels our food is very
Bud,wee Never see unj î?ire Our shirts is. .veryJDaiup, so.is
our lïugs und Blankets vve Wiesb.bur Ijienk .Handçhifes wash
and iiienii^our'Sjtocking and, niend OucClothes thny.will not
allow' us' to ware'any flannel, but thay vyill le^tus, vyaie^Gurn
sey,frocks, W-e are tilltivyeil oui .1 oz .of Soiip;;Por;\Veek to
Wash oui-, StiVckiiig;lli\iichife,Shirt's & Skin,- tbtty, Allovy¡ us
h.i> Coft'e'e*.no Tea, up Sugar,!up Butler, no Greens no -Pótalos
Wee get biiV.fjittle'.vyaler.'Sc that vye I^ay I P.enny Per; Week.
Six" J'ir'iiiy.'rJIess'jWus.h washed,our. Solves this, Moi;nipg, in
ó'úly one'.Qi-óf.ÁYater,, that is .'Ajl>,allpvved,,iis ,I.,have Six
'Pound of iron on my, Lejr God. Help me;au fJuforiunate Cou?,
vict'.-Gosport 1828Í" ../.'-'.;'.' ¡..'.'
may be partially defeated.'
A NOTE FROM THE HULK. - A corres-
pondent sends us the following original communication from
a "Convict" at Gosport. We give it verbatim et literatum:-
"We have Six Hundred Prisoners on Boord we Rise at Five
in the Morning to Breakfast at Six all our Boats is Maned &
all a way from the Ship by Seven our Gang Convicts of
Twenty men are Gaarded by Siven Solders we go to Fort-
mountain Opposete the Isle of white we are Implored in
Drawing Large Stones & Un Loding Vessels our food is very
Bad wee Never see any Fire Our shirts is very Damp so is
our Rugs and Blankets we Wash our Neck Handchifes wash
and mend our Stocking and mend our Clothes thay will not
allow us to ware any flannel, but thay will let us ware Garn-
sey frocks We are allowed onl 1 oz of Soap Por Week to
Wash our Stocking Hanchife Shirts & Skin, thay Allow us
no Coffee no Tea no Sugar no Butter no Greens no Potatos
Wee get but Little water & that we Pay 1 Penny Per Week.
Six In my Mess Wash washed our Selves this Morning in
only one Qi of Water, that is All allowed us I have Six
Pound of Iron on my Leg God. Help me an UnfortunateCon-
vict.- Gosport 1828.
THE HERMIT IN [?] Dicmen's Land. [No. 27. (Article), Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), Friday 4 December 1829 [Issue No.709] page 4 2016-12-05 13:16 c unted'" The Bunker snilcd in a muniict tint amused me,
c unted'" The Banker snilcd in a muniict tint amused me,

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