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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,235
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,456
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,074
...
1394 Rockingham17 19,044
1395 NobbyB 19,019
1396 RikkiNewman 19,012
1397 zdone 19,004
1398 Armadale11 18,995
1399 muzzabj 18,984

19,004 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 511
May 2017 906
April 2017 309
March 2017 309
February 2017 295
December 2016 242
November 2016 378
October 2016 1,999
September 2016 612
August 2016 1,153
July 2016 2,173
June 2016 280
May 2016 817
April 2016 309
March 2016 138
February 2016 817
January 2016 505
October 2015 12
September 2015 18
August 2015 203
July 2015 21
June 2015 397
May 2015 357
April 2015 185
March 2015 579
February 2015 93
January 2015 1,425
December 2014 595
November 2014 83
October 2014 42
September 2014 107
August 2014 177
July 2014 8
June 2014 192
May 2014 310
April 2014 172
March 2014 308
February 2014 1,000
January 2014 227
December 2013 68
November 2013 152
October 2013 184
August 2013 147
July 2013 189

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,507,204
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,265
3 noelwoodhouse 2,971,734
4 annmanley 2,242,386
5 John.F.Hall 2,201,069
...
1520 destino 16,763
1521 Rockingham1 16,754
1522 michael.smith 16,747
1523 zdone 16,743
1524 csdaly 16,739
1525 GeoffPick 16,716

16,743 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 451
May 2017 655
April 2017 309
March 2017 309
February 2017 295
December 2016 226
November 2016 370
October 2016 1,661
September 2016 612
August 2016 1,006
July 2016 888
June 2016 124
May 2016 817
April 2016 309
March 2016 138
February 2016 817
January 2016 505
October 2015 12
September 2015 18
August 2015 203
July 2015 21
June 2015 397
May 2015 357
April 2015 185
March 2015 579
February 2015 93
January 2015 1,425
December 2014 595
November 2014 83
October 2014 42
September 2014 107
August 2014 177
July 2014 8
June 2014 192
May 2014 310
April 2014 172
March 2014 308
February 2014 1,000
January 2014 227
December 2013 68
November 2013 152
October 2013 184
August 2013 147
July 2013 189

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 97,289
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,587
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 AngelaDay 2,416
15 aleon 2,287
16 zdone 2,261
17 pathfinder 1,799
18 PFSeymour 1,679

2,261 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 60
May 2017 251
December 2016 16
November 2016 8
October 2016 338
August 2016 147
July 2016 1,285
June 2016 156


Recent corrections

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POLICE REPORT. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Thursday 11 August 1825 [Issue No.1134] page 3 2017-06-22 08:49 AurtAT 5 -John M'Dei mott, pusoner of the noun,
tlnigrd with hume, stolen, last night, fiom the pu on of a
tftvuiit ot Mi Bim» l«oith's, hntchi > at Sidney, a check on
the Bunk for20 dollin s, mid « Inch clmck tbr pi isoik i i hanged
tie kftiue rirntnj it ilttt bom, « lill u puulicin in 0( m"e
jtrcet 1 be pnsonei b id nu othei deft nee to ¡.et up, but tb it
¡e found the c1 eck, mid «ns thtufoie seutuictd to t pen ii
»(ttlmieiit foi 3 >« ns
AUGUST 5 -John M'Dermott, prisoner of the crown
charged with having stolen, last night, from the person of a
servant of Mr Bloodworth's. butcher at Sydney, a check on
the Bank for 20 dollors, and which check the prisoner changed
the same evening at a late hour, with a publican in George-
street.--- The Prisoner had no other defence to set up, but that
he found the check, and was therefore sentenced to a penal
settlement for 3 years.
Sydney Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Friday 20 April 1827 [Issue No.1336] page 3 2017-06-20 08:39 Daniel Ryan wa» Indicted for stealing a
quantity of buttons, the property of Messrs'.
Jon: s*and Walker, from their stores, where-
Daniel Ryan was Indicted for stealing a
quantity of buttons, the property of Messrs.
Jones and Walker, from their stores, where-
Police Report. WINDSOR. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Monday 11 June 1827 [Issue No.1358] page 3 2017-06-20 07:54 WINDSOR,
cha
the
kel
.woi
. -i
.liei
*ás;Cl!iiTged;tha,t.he had. stolen sundry ar-;
tide»of5',wearing .apparel... A knife ¿bund,
in'|iÍ8jiosseBb;ei),i.wa8u particularlyidentified.
The 'prisoner açkiiowl .¿dg d. thaUÏé had ab
icpnded, three.:.timea,from .his master's¿ser-}
Vice ; norf'wdul.d.he.ttccpiint in a-satisfèctory:
uiaqíier'.how .he. became possessed of the/
knife. : Seiüeneei ¿3,years;tó a - penal settle-f
inènt.,. -.,; -., y-.. .... .... ;?..??.?.' '???'??'?'?..??'?.?'::?.'?; '?>
WINDSOR,

was charged that he had stolen sundry ar-
ticles of wearing apparel. A knife found
in his possession was particularly identified.
The prisoner acknowledged that he had ab-
conded three times from his master's ser-
vice; nor would he account in a satisfactory
manner how he became possessed of the
knife. Sentenced 3 years to a penal settle-
ment.
Windsor Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1827. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 17 October 1827 [Issue No.1413] page 3 2017-06-19 12:48 Hem« ii HIS, elia "ed uith stealing some money,
was fomi I Guilty He is i notorious bul fellow, md
sealed tint > bai irter ot hiniselt most cfkituilly in
open (ouit, win ii sentence was pissed on linn
Sei t n jins ti inspoitation-he sud, thit mide
" three si vens ' lie liad i ort ii ed H lyes is know n to
be one of ti.t p isoiswho robbed i\Ir \\ lute s tent,
and is su¡ posen io h ive some jewellery conce lied it
this time , no doubt he will ipply tor a commutation
ot sentuKc, nut it is well tor the public he Ins
boistedot Ins erunes so tint he cannot so readily
pi ictis" in in position
Henry Hayes, charged with stealing some money,
was found Guilty. He is a notorious bad fellow, and
sealed that character himself most effectually in
open court; when sentence was passed on him
Seven years' transporation - he said, that made
"three sevens ' he had recieved. Hayes is know to
be one of the persons who robbed Mr White's tent,
and is supposed to have some jewellery concealed at
this time, no doubt he will apply tor a commutation
of sentence, and it is well for the public he has
boasted of his crimes so that he cannot so readily
practise an imposition
Windsor Quarter Sessions. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1827. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 17 October 1827 [Issue No.1413] page 3 2017-06-19 12:38 Cb irles Merritt, found gu Ity of two felonies, em
bcz/hng his mister » goods, ind ste iling other good»,
the property of his master, » i» visited as he nchly de
served , he was in a good pi ice of service, plenty to
eat, drink, and wear, and could appe ir m polished
shoes a white shirt, and jingle the dollar» in his
pocket by honest means Senteuce-Seven years'
Charles Merritt, found guilty of two felonies, em
bezzling his master's goods, and stealing other goods,
the property of his master, was visited as he richly de
served, he was in a good place of service, plenty to
eat, drink, and wear, and could appear in polished
shoes a white shirt, and jingle the dollars in his
pocket by honest means Sentence-Seven years'
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Monday 3 September 1827 [Issue No.1394] page 3 2017-06-16 11:57 I. Caine Patrick, di Kane, Print r Urgent, La-
bourer, 'Jfi, ('nun ii/ .Sligo, It /eel M, greif « 'ft, brown
hair, lu mun /reck/rtl rump front No. I /ron (lauft.
1. Caine Patrick, or Kane, Prince Regent, La-
bourer, 25, County Sligo, 5 feet 8, grey eyes, brown
hair, brown, freckled comp, from No. 1 iron gang
Police Report. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 20 June 1827 [Issue No.1362] page 3 2017-06-16 08:30 ', George Williams, omi Samuel Lewis,
?were charged with being runaways, the one
George Williams, and Samuel Lewis,
were charged with being runaways, the one
Police Report. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Monday 12 November 1827 [Issue No.1424] page 2 2017-06-12 09:52 P^tei Cai lol and John Ktai were accused
of b¿ing iiiniways horn No. I non-gang at
Lough >tt< i». The pus meis weie appie
hendel in Pitt-stieet, by Puce, the1 Banack
cons able, who is ceilainly entithd lo much
pidise for his e\eitious, paitieiil nly as he
ma nf sted mine of that s l''-,nfncieiit vanity
which U the tai te indicitioii of an empty
skull, .nid which one, or p"rh,ips two of the
knighis of the baton are not entiiely exempt
fioui. Cariol, having lecevid avery bad
character, was sentenced 3 yent s to a penal
settlement; aid K^an, on account of*his
formet g >od behaviour, w.is orlered lo le
ceive no moie than 50 lashes.
Peter Carrol and John Kean were accused
of being runaways from No. 1 iron-gang at
Longbottom. The prisoners were appre-
hended in Pitt-stieet, by Price, the Barrack
constable, who is certainly entitled to much
praise for his exertions, particualry as he
manifested none of that self-sufficient vanity
which is the sire indication of an empty
skull, and which one, or perhaps two of the
knights of the baton are not entirely exempt
from. Carrol, having recieved a very bad
character, was sentenced 3 years to a penal
settlement; and Kean, on account of his
former good behaviour, was ordered to re-
ceive no more than 50 lashes.
OFFENCES. (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Wednesday 14 November 1827 [Issue No.248] page 3 2017-06-12 09:35 ' ^Carroll and Kain, it wo. inveterate ?runavraysr-r., v..- ?
\tl '. i .!,-;?'. Brethren iiv arnjs,:, but' rivals fn reaown,'lfi? ? ?', '
tKgir; naiinesj pi^rticularry. Carroll's, hayjng - niurc thanipneo
appeat'ed'on.-the1 Pbrice ^ recotds, for reasons, nptjgreatly
Vjdb'unding^to the credit of ? eithe-^
,veral!y-'e'i.te:jced— ^sii-roll, three years' hanishmenttpapenal
iliftlbment— fheJbilibr.|b.s.USer a corppralpunighinent... '' - .'
'Carroll and Kain, two inveterate runaways-
Brethren in arms, but rivals in renown
thier names, particularly Carroll's, having more than once
appeared on on the Police records, for reasons, not greatly
redounding to the credit of either, were brought up and se-
veral!y sentenced— Carroll, three years' banishment to a penal
settlement— the other to suffer corporal punishment.
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Friday 7 December 1827 [Issue No.1435] page 3 2017-06-12 09:04 Daniel Ready wa» churgid, tint he bennr
mt e custody of a constable, hid seized
the pistol in the hand ot the s id constable
and disuined lum:-luithei, tint he put
the said constable 111 bodily t ar, and stole
away his tire-aim*, taking the s.nd pistol
with him ; li 1 -1 having leleased two othei
oiisouo s, boin custody. ScUtuicc, 3 yea,s
o a penal settlement.
would be given to defendant.
Daniel Ready was charged, that he being
in the custody of a constable, had seized
the pistol in the hand of the said constable
and disarmed him:- further, that he put
the said constable in bodily fear, and stole
away his fire-arm, taking the said pistol
with him; first having leleased two other
prisoners from custody. Sentence, 3 years
to a penal settlement.

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