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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,730,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,200,512
3 noelwoodhouse 3,187,571
4 John.F.Hall 2,452,953
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
5049 KateBottger 2,924
5050 Beager 2,923
5051 cpjh 2,923
5052 hep1953 2,923
5053 suet 2,923
5054 barchiesi 2,921

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October 2017 207
September 2017 184
August 2017 591
July 2017 229
June 2017 106
May 2017 1,105
April 2017 96
March 2017 182
February 2017 107
January 2017 116

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,730,220
2 NeilHamilton 3,200,512
3 noelwoodhouse 3,187,571
4 John.F.Hall 2,452,947
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
5129 RaeFromMaylands 2,859
5130 suehin47 2,858
5131 MichelleBeanHill 2,857
5132 hep1953 2,856
5133 Delareme 2,855
5134 SandraJay 2,855

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October 2017 207
September 2017 176
August 2017 591
July 2017 193
June 2017 102
May 2017 1,105
April 2017 77
March 2017 182
February 2017 107
January 2017 116

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 103,705
2 mickbrook 99,971
3 murds5 61,555
4 PhilThomas 45,497
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
274 Narelle.Milligan13 68
275 sharonnicholson 68
276 wisperhawk 68
277 hep1953 67
278 NevHolden 67
279 coombe.id.au 66

67 line(s) corrected.

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September 2017 8
July 2017 36
June 2017 4
April 2017 19


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Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 28 November 1860 [Issue No.7012] page 10 2017-10-13 18:10 mUTOR.-WANTED, a middle-aged Protestant G .«N.
J TLBMAN, for the country, to teach English anl i
Latin. For particular», apply to Mr. JOHN MARTYN,
S3. Lower George-street_
TUTOR - WANTED, a middle-aged Protestant GENTLEMAN
for the country, to teach English and
Latin. For particulars, apply to Mr. JOHN MARTYN,
53. Lower George-street.
THE SYDNEY MONTHLY OVERLAND MAIL. BY THE MADRAS. SUMMARY OF MONTHLY NEWS. FROM THE 20TH JANUARY TO 19TH FEBRUARY. 20th to 22nd January. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 20 February 1864 [Issue No.8019] page 5 2017-10-13 17:55 Martjn's re que 61 his customer gave a deep sigh and
Martyn's request his customer gave a deep sigh and
Family Notices (Family Notices), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), Saturday 27 February 1864 [Issue No.191] page 1 2017-10-13 17:49 MARTYN—February I8ih, suddenly, at Sydney. Mr. John i
Martyn, of IxJVerGeocge-rfSreet, aged 58 years. !
MARTYN—February I8th suddenly, at Sydney. Mr. John
Martyn, of Lower George-Street, aged 56 years.
ADELAIDE. Thursday, 7 p.m. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Friday 19 February 1864 [Issue No.8018] page 5 2017-10-13 16:37 AwrvLLY SUDDEN DEATH.-Abiut half-past seven
o'clock jesterday evening, Mr. John Martyn, well known
in tho commercial ciroloa of this city, diod very suddenly.
Mr. Marlyn left hi* home, Lower George-street, after tea,
called at Mr. Cutler's, hairdresaer, and requested that his
hair might be out. Soaroely, however, had the operation
begun, than Mr. Marlyn gava a quick strain, aooompanled
by a heavy sigh, and remained motionless in the ohair.
JÍedioal aid was at once procured, but to no avail, as the
vital spark had fled. Mr. Martjn, we understand, was in
his filty-seventh year.
AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. About half-past seven
o'clock yesterday evening, Mr. John Martyn, well known
in the commercial circles of this city, died very suddenly.
Mr. Martyn left his home, Lower George-street, after tea,
called at Mr. Cutler's, hairdresser, and requested that his
hair might be out. Scarcely, however, had the operation
begun, than Mr. Martyn gave a quick strain, accompanied
by a heavy sigh, and remained motionless in the chair.
Medical aid was at once procured, but to no avail, as the
vital spark had fled. Mr. Martyn, we understand, was in
his fifty-seventh year.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. (From the Herald.) (Article), Clarence and Richmond Examiner and New England Advertiser (Grafton, NSW : 1859 - 1889), Tuesday 1 March 1864 [Issue No.246] page 3 2017-10-13 16:34 homo, Lower George-street, after toa, in apparently
operation begun, than Mr. Martyn gavo o quick
motionless in tho'chair. Medical aid was at once
year. At tho inquest 'the evidence showed that he
hod been treated tor disease of the heart, and that
he had also suffered from 'rheumatic affections; but
Dr. Kohler's testimony was to tho effect that, in his
opinion, tho immediate cause of death waa san-
or by the sultriness of tho weather. Tho Coroner
home, Lower George-street, after tea, in apparently
operation begun, than Mr. Martyn gave a quick
motionless in the chair. Medical aid was at once
year. At the inquest the evidence showed that he
had been treated tor disease of the heart, and that
he had also suffered from rheumatic affections; but
Dr. Eichler's testimony was to the effect that, in his
opinion, the immediate cause of death was san-
or by the sultriness of the weather. The Coroner
THE FLOOD AT MURRURUNDI. (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), Saturday 20 February 1864 [Issue No.190] page 4 2017-10-13 16:31 Awfully Sudden Death.— dbiut half-past seven
in the commercial otroles of this oity, died very suddenly.
Mr. Martyn left hie home, Lower George-street, after tea,
in apparently vigorous health, and. on hie way up town,
called at Mr. Cutler's, hairdresser, and requested that hia
begun, than Mr. Martyn gave a quick e train, aocompanied
by a heavy efgh, and remained motionless in (he ohair.
Medioal aid was at once procured, but to no avail, as the
hie fifty-seventh year.
Awfully Sudden Death.— about half-past seven
in the commercial circles of this city, died very suddenly.
Mr. Martyn left his home, Lower George-street, after tea,
in apparently vigorous health, and. on his way up town,
called at Mr. Cutler's, hairdresser, and requested that his
begun, than Mr. Martyn gave a quick strain, accompanied
by a heavy sigh, and remained motionless in the chair.
Medical aid was at once procured, but to no avail, as the
his fifty-seventh year.
Family Notices (Family Notices), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), Saturday 28 October 1865 [Issue No.278] page 9 2017-10-13 16:30 John Martyn, of tower George-Street, to Jane Marcia, second
John Martyn, of Lower George-Street, to Jane Marcia, second
INTERCOLONIAL NEW SOUTH WALES (From the S.M.Herald) (Article), Rockhampton Bulletin and Central Queensland Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1871), Saturday 5 March 1864 [Issue No.257] page 4 2017-10-13 16:28 Awm.t.r SrnnEN ÍHUTH.- About
half-past «even o'clock yesterday even-
ing, (February IS), Mr. John Martyn.,
".el! known ia the commercial circle* of
Marlyn left hi« home. Lower tseorge
strecl, in apparently vigorous health, and
Scarcely, however, bsd thc operativ»!
attain, accompanied by a heavy nigh, and
Medical aid was at one? procured, but to
AWFULLY SUDDEN DEATH.- About
half-past seven o'clock yesterday even-
ing, (February I8), Mr. John Martyn.,
wel! known in the commercial circle of
Martyn left his home. Lower George
street, in apparently vigorous health, and
Scarcely, however, had the operation
strain, accompanied by a heavy sigh, and
Medical aid was at once procured, but to
CORONER'S INQUESTS. (Article), Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), Saturday 27 February 1864 [Issue No.191] page 2 2017-10-13 16:19 Death of Mb. John Mastyn.— The City Coroner hud
' as Inquiry on 19th instant, at the residence of the deoeaaed,
of Ihis deplorable circumstance ware published in a para
graph which appeared in our last issue* A few hours
Eeifore his death, deoeaiedwas in his usual heslth, and he
was at all timea an abstemious man. The evida&oe showed
tint lie had been treated for disease of the heart, and that
hs *?*' also Buffered from rheomatio ejections ; but Dr.
Elohler*s testimony waa to the efieot that, In his opinion,
thsimnudiate causa of death was sanguineous apoplexy,
produced either by exoltsment or by the sultriness of the
i feather. The Coroner found that deoesied had died from
nitoral cituee.
DEATH OF MR. JOHN MARTYN. The City Coroner held
an inquiry on 19th instant, at the residence of the deoeased,
of this deplorable circumstance ware published in a para-
graph which appeared in our last issue. A few hours
before his death, deceased was in his usual health, and he
was at all times an abstemious man. The evidence showed
that he had been treated for disease of the heart, and that
he had also suffered from rheumatic afvections; but Dr.
Eichler's testimony was to the effect that, in his opinion,
the immediate cause of death was sanguineous apoplexy,
produced either by excitement or by the sultriness of the
weather. The Coroner found that deceased had died from
natural causes.
YESTERDAY'S SYDNEY NEWS. (Article), The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), Tuesday 23 February 1864 [Issue No.2460] page 3 2017-10-13 16:05 Herald, Feb. Vi.-1'he City Coroner held an enquiry
on Friday, nt the residence of the deceased, The evi-
dence showed that he had boen treated for disenso of
the heart, and that he had siso suffered from rheumatic
affection*.- but Or ICiohlei'a testimony was to the effect
that, in his opinion, the immediate CHUKO of death was
sanguineous apoplexy, produced oither by excitement or
by the BiiltrinosB of the weather. The Coroner found
Herald, Feb 19. - The City Coroner held an enquiry
on Friday, at the residence of the deceased, The evi-
dence showed that he had been treated for disease of
the heart, and that he had also suffered from rheumatic
affections- but Dr Eichler's testimony was to the effect
that, in his opinion, the immediate causeof death was
sanguineous apoplexy, produced either by excitement or
by the sultriness of the weather. The Coroner found

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