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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,362,827
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,228,065
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,340
...
1449 GeoffCFishwick 17,296
1450 ShunterSnell 17,275
1451 twofoot6 17,271
1452 zdone 17,268
1453 pfoley 17,267
1454 dadsshed 17,261

17,268 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 299
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 4,362,824
2 NeilHamilton 3,036,442
3 noelwoodhouse 2,839,879
4 annmanley 2,227,995
5 John.F.Hall 2,097,335
...
1579 MartinWilliamsVic 15,353
1580 snowdrop5 15,343
1581 mimae 15,342
1582 zdone 15,318
1583 PWilliams 15,309
1584 dianne46 15,299

15,318 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

March 2017 299
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 mickbrook 72,435
2 murds5 54,106
3 jaybee67 51,712
4 PhilThomas 20,779
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
13 bainamasquelier 2,544
14 aleon 2,277
15 AngelaDay 2,039
16 zdone 1,950
17 PFSeymour 1,679
18 carmelf 1,650

1,950 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2016 16
November 2016 8
October 2016 338
August 2016 147
July 2016 1,285
June 2016 156


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Advertising (Advertising), The Monitor (Sydney, NSW : 1826 - 1828), Friday 6 April 1827 [Issue No.47] page 1 2017-03-21 09:00 GOVERNMMENT NO.TICE:
COLONIAL SECRETA'RY'S OFFICE, APRIL 2, 1827.
H?IS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has derived much
Satisfaction from the reports he has received of.
th.e' spirited and laudable conduct of the "following?.as
signed Servants of Mr. WooD of Chipping; viz.
JAlMES GOULD;
. W'-WILLIAM 'KING:
Thesel fien, after a severe Conflict with aParty of des
perate Ruffians, one of whom, Thomas Napper, .alias
in securing Win. Ward, who lately broke out of Sydney
noticinig of the Conduct of,
John Halplin, or Alpin, who had broke otit of Gaol.
His EXC'LLENCY also notices, with much Satisfaction,'
individually seized - John Davis, a convicted Felon, who
had escaped from' Goal, and has delivered hini up to
The' GOVERNOR canhot announce these' several
early Instances they afford of the .beneficial Effects of
Regulations granting' Tickets of Leave, furnishing, as
these4nstances do, the best Grounds to expect that the
Advintages, which were anticipated in framing those
a domestic Police has'thus been instituted for the Pro
plunder the Settler, and disturb the Tranquillity of the,
Country; and assigned Prisoners may be assured, they:
faithful Discharge of -their Duty to their Master, and by
Mr. Wood's Servants were engaged, lasted aan hour and
The ' Conduct of the whole of the assigned Servants
In applying to the Individuals ~n Question the Regu
Governor is pleased in Consequge of their distin
guished Conduct, to extend the I1fdulgence to which
they would be. entitled, under those Regulations, to the
receive 'Tickets of Leave. '
necessary Particulars havpe been' obtained.
'By His Excellency's Command, .
ALEXANDER M'LEAY.:
GOVERNMENT NOTICE.
COLONIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE, APRIL 2, 1827.
HIS EXCELLENCY the GOVERNOR has derived much
Satisfaction from the reports he has received of
assigned Servants of Mr. Wood of Chipping; viz.
JAlMES GOULD,
.WILLIAM KING.
These men, after a severe Conflict with a Party of des
perate Ruffians, one of whom, Thomas Napper, alias
in securing Wm. Ward, who lately broke out of Sydney
noticing of the Conduct of,
John Halplin, or Alpin, who had broke out of Gaol.
His EXCELLENCY also notices, with much Satisfaction,
individually seized John Davis, a convicted Felon, who
had escaped from Goal, and has delivered him up to
The GOVERNOR cannot announce these several
early Instances they afford of the beneficial Effects of
Regulations granting Tickets of Leave, furnishing, as
these instances do, the best Grounds to expect that the
Advantages, which were anticipated in framing those
a domestic Police has thus been instituted for the Pro
plunder the Settler, and disturb the Tranquillity of the
Country; and assigned Prisoners may be assured, they
faithful Discharge of their Duty to their Master, and by
Mr. Wood's Servants were engaged, lasted an hour and
The Conduct of the whole of the assigned Servants
In applying to the Individuals in Question the Regu
Governor is pleased in Consequence of their distin
guished Conduct, to extend the indulgence to which
they would be entitled, under those Regulations, to the
receive Tickets of Leave.
necessary Particulars have been obtained.
By His Excellency's Command, .
ALEXANDER M'LEAY
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 7 February 1827 [Issue No.1305] page 3 2017-03-20 09:50 Charles Burke, si prisoner, for being
found stowed away in the ship Rail of Li-
transported to such penal setllenient as His
appoint, for the term of VI months. Mr.
Hely took occasion to warn tin» prisoner,
thsit any individual who effected his escape,
sind returned to his country, while under
penalty of desith,
Charles Burke, a prisoner, for being
found stowed away in the ship Earl of
transported to such penal settlement as His
appoint, for the term of 12 months. Mr.
Hely took occasion to warn the prisoner,
that any individual who effected his escape,
and returned to his country, while under
penalty of death,
Police Report. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 14 February 1827 [Issue No.1309] page 2 2017-03-17 09:47 Tilomas Daley and John Alpin were se-
. servitude ; they were apprehended at Parra-
Thomas Daley and John Alpin were se-
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 2 December 1826 [Issue No.1264] page 3 2017-03-16 12:39 James Downes, a runaway from Castle-hill, wis ipprchended list
ni"ht in Sydney, under very suspicious cireumstain.es Wluu
seat elad he wis found til have on 3 shirts 2 waisfcoils, 3 purs of
trowsers, and other irticles of weiring appirel secreted about his
person He nad been sentenced on the 14th of August last to be
worked in irons for 9 mouths for a robbery oran ittcnipt it robber),
m a house in the vicinity of Darling harbour. Ordered to be sent to
I'irrimatta to be dealt with there
James Downes, a runaway from Castle-hill, was apprehended last
night in Sydney, under very suspicious circumstances. When
searched he was found to have on 3 shirts 2 waistcoats, 3 pairs of
trowsers, and other articles of wearing appirel secreted about his
person. He nad been sentenced on the 14th of August last to be
worked in irons for 9 mouths for a robbery or an attempt at robbery,
in a house in the vicinity of Darling harbour. Ordered to be sent to
Parramatta to be dealt with there.
Police Report. PARRAMATTA.---JAN. 20. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 23 January 1827 [Issue No.1292] page 3 2017-03-16 09:42 Thomas Wood, atf¡»died to Barracks, charged with
Thomas Wood, attached to Barracks, charged with
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 18 October 1826 [Issue No.1251] page 3 2017-03-15 10:26 SVTURDAI., OcT 2-1-Marrmgton, Mrs Mirrmgton
mid Smith, charged, t he two former as recent rs, the litter isprineipil
in steilnig i coït, the propertj of Mr Lote, and whoso o«e we re
ported ni our list, were this day brought up for sentent c ¡Muring
ton hat ing satisfied the Bench that ho knew nothing of lus wife btv ni.;
purch Mil the coït from Smith, was discharged ¡smith «is sentenced
to a ptnat settlement fur the term of 1 yens, and Mrs Mm nunton
committed for trnl at the ensuing Quarter Sessions
SATURDAY OCT. 24 --------Marrington, Mrs Mmarrington,
and Smith, charged, the two former as recievers, the latter as principal
in stealing a coat, the property of Mr Love, and whose case we re
ported in our list, were this day brought up for sentence. Marrington
having satisfied the Bench that he knew nothing of his wife having
purcahsed the coat from Smith, was discharged. Smith was sentenced
to a penal settlement for the term of 3 years, and Mrs Marrington
committed for trial at the ensuing Quarter Sessions
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 16 September 1826 [Issue No.1242] page 4 2017-03-14 07:25 Uiclnid Curtis w is chingtd with hiving undiessed a
drunken mail in tin town of Richmond, whilst the sud
di tink trd was in i st ile of stupidity or isleep prostiale on
the gummi on the night of Stluidiy list, mil of hiving
liken iw iv the waning ipput I so t iktu oil, and ipplitd the
mum to Ins own use and hi ho if llu pnsoncr's pit », like
tin j icktt stolen, wis th ( ulbire "1 lound the things ,"
2 y mr» to a pi n ii settlement
Richard Curtis was charged with having undressed a
drunken man in the town of Richmond, whilst the said
drunkard was in a state of stupidity or asleep prostate on
the ground on the night of Sunduay, and of having
taken away the wering apparel so taken off, and applied the
same to his own use and behoof. The prisoner's plea, like
the jacket stolen, was threadbare. "I found the things ,"
2 years to a penal settlement
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 23 August 1826 [Issue No.1235] page 3 2017-03-13 12:04 Mr Lock bad been indulging a little,and returned home in i carts
the prisoner wis there in and no one eKe Mr Lock missed his money
but his experieme when i constable had taught lum, tint it wis hard,
lv woith while s,i\mg loo much about it in i hurry The prisoner s
motioiib were watebed and wis he suddenly taken into custody, at a
tillie.« In n a serein tilde «as thrown over the business A dollar was
fourni on In« porsou, for this he could not account II* saul, one
Joseph \\ illiinw g-ivs it to lum to pay for wishing done bv a neii,li
bouring woiiun, «A illianis w is »worn, he stated he had never given
the mau i doll ir nor yet had th it worn m ever washed for lum ben
temed twilve months to i penal Mttlemsnt.
Mr Lock bad been indulging a little,and returned home in a carts
the prisoner was there in and no one else. Mr Lock missed his money
but his experience when a constable had taught him, that it was hardly
woith while saying too much about it in a hurry The prisoner's
motions were watched and was he suddenly taken into custody, at a
time, when sereitide aas thrown over the business. A dollar was
found on his per0son, for this he could not account. He said one
Joseph Williams gave it to him to pay for washing done bv a
neighbouring woman; Williams was sworn; he stated he had never given
the man a dollor nor yet had th it woman ever washed for for him.
Sentenced twelve months to a penal settlement.
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 23 August 1826 [Issue No.1235] page 3 2017-03-13 09:36 John llu,Jus prisomr for ltf., stood chirked with hilmgembc7
Z.d 2Jpuusofie.hr out ol 81, »huh h "I been dilinrtd into the
charge of tin prisoner, as i «minimi on tin Goiernmuit ïVhirf,
adjoining the Mirkit \\ l.ttf I |,t icdir belonged to Mr Laik car
p»nter ivhohuigncn it into the ure of the pnsoiur, and Ind mo
mined linn i riniuiierttion for v. miling it, and «hen he «mt the
next morning to Mt_fy tin prisomr for his trotiblt, be » is ibsint,
ind the pieces of ndar bung lountul, «tri found difuunt 23 piens
It. mantled *
John Hughes, prisoner for life, stood charged with embezzling
23 pieces of cedaer out of 83, which have been delivered into the
charge of the prisoner, as watchman on the Government Wharf,
adjoining the Market Wharf. The cedar belonged to Mr Lack car
penter, who it had given it into the care of the prisoner, and had
promised him a renumeration for watching it, and when he went the
next morning to satisfy the prisoner for his trouble, he was absent
and the pieces of cedar being counted, were found deficient 23 pieces.
Remanded.
Police Reports. SYDNEY. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Wednesday 6 September 1826 [Issue No.1239] page 3 2017-03-05 16:20 Willum Tatis, for 14 years, charged with stealing from the kitchen
of Mr Rose, a quantity of pork and a towel, ¡Mr Rose's property.
The prisoner was seen in the act of typing up the pork and a towel
William Tatis, for 14 years, charged with stealing from the kitchen
of Mr Rose, a quantity of pork and a towel, Mr Rose's property.
The prisoner was seen in the act of tying up the pork and a towel

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