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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,821,003
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,879
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,429
...
1082 bguy50 37,657
1083 sullyv 37,655
1084 Lorax 37,630
1085 australharmony 37,583
1086 mogedon 37,565
1087 coffee2 37,561

37,583 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 835
October 2019 1,629
September 2019 590
August 2019 358
July 2019 1,061
June 2019 2,144
May 2019 3,044
April 2019 2,269
March 2019 1,507
February 2019 55
January 2019 3,177
December 2018 1,703
November 2018 149
October 2018 2,376
September 2018 876
August 2018 2,532
July 2018 684
June 2018 254
May 2018 574
April 2018 487
March 2018 269
February 2018 106
January 2018 258
December 2017 164
November 2017 458
October 2017 404
September 2017 30
August 2017 319
July 2017 145
June 2017 388
May 2017 163
April 2017 97
March 2017 13
February 2017 94
January 2017 128
December 2016 191
November 2016 169
October 2016 248
September 2016 68
August 2016 132
July 2016 250
June 2016 96
May 2016 20
April 2016 3
March 2016 164
February 2016 156
January 2016 270
December 2015 154
November 2015 150
October 2015 168
September 2015 86
August 2015 51
July 2015 70
June 2015 457
May 2015 214
April 2015 283
March 2015 1
February 2015 7
January 2015 325
December 2014 255
November 2014 570
October 2014 165
September 2014 326
August 2014 618
July 2014 114
June 2014 129
May 2014 169
April 2014 87
March 2014 165
February 2014 9
January 2014 606
December 2013 148
November 2013 142
October 2013 99
September 2013 162
August 2013 1
July 2013 227
June 2013 476
April 2013 42

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,820,801
2 noelwoodhouse 3,920,135
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,321,858
5 Rhonda.M 3,137,416
...
1082 Lorax 37,630
1083 bguy50 37,612
1084 mogedon 37,565
1085 australharmony 37,559
1086 judefox 37,509
1087 DRLeonard 37,505

37,559 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2019 835
October 2019 1,629
September 2019 590
August 2019 358
July 2019 1,061
June 2019 2,144
May 2019 3,044
April 2019 2,269
March 2019 1,507
February 2019 55
January 2019 3,177
December 2018 1,687
November 2018 149
October 2018 2,376
September 2018 876
August 2018 2,532
July 2018 684
June 2018 254
May 2018 574
April 2018 487
March 2018 269
February 2018 106
January 2018 258
December 2017 164
November 2017 458
October 2017 404
September 2017 30
August 2017 319
July 2017 145
June 2017 388
May 2017 163
April 2017 97
March 2017 13
February 2017 94
January 2017 124
December 2016 191
November 2016 165
October 2016 248
September 2016 68
August 2016 132
July 2016 250
June 2016 96
May 2016 20
April 2016 3
March 2016 164
February 2016 156
January 2016 270
December 2015 154
November 2015 150
October 2015 168
September 2015 86
August 2015 51
July 2015 70
June 2015 457
May 2015 214
April 2015 283
March 2015 1
February 2015 7
January 2015 325
December 2014 255
November 2014 570
October 2014 165
September 2014 326
August 2014 618
July 2014 114
June 2014 129
May 2014 169
April 2014 87
March 2014 165
February 2014 9
January 2014 606
December 2013 148
November 2013 142
October 2013 99
September 2013 162
August 2013 1
July 2013 227
June 2013 476
April 2013 42

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 314,433
2 PhilThomas 134,317
3 mickbrook 110,749
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 53,280
...
1083 susanbatho 25
1084 SweetTreats 25
1085 tkirby 25
1086 australharmony 24
1087 bevgar 24
1088 billconnolly38 24

24 line(s) corrected.

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December 2018 16
January 2017 4
November 2016 4


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SYDNEY. (Article), Jewish Herald (Vic. : 1879 - 1920), Friday 26 November 1920 page 14 2019-11-14 16:05 tfrondson of thnt N.S.W. Jinbrq .Tosonhson, who wus
u music toucher beforo he Toole to law. and died
richer than nny other man, .Tow or Genllle, who ever
tfrondson of thnt N.S.W. Judge Josephson, who was
a music teacher before he took to law, and died
richer than any other man, Jew or Gentile, who ever
THE VICTORIA THEATRE. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Friday 17 July 1868 [Issue No.5198] page 3 2019-11-14 16:01 Tho Viotoria Thoatro, Uko ofchors,
lins had its ups and downs, and aftor
passing through many liondd, now
colonga to Mr. J. F. Josephson, U.V.
The Victoria Theatre, like others,
has had its ups and downs, and after
passing through many hands, now
belongs to Mr. J. F. Josephson, M. P.
ROYAL VICTORIA THEATRE. (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Tuesday 29 August 1854 [Issue No.1134] page 4 2019-11-14 15:57 After an'interral of niant two months. Hit» popular
piuco of iiunnument wu« last night opened to tho public
recently undergone It will bu remembered, that Mr.
Wyutr« louse of thu building having expired, tho pro.
nerty wa« purchased by Mr. J. t\ Josophson, of. whom
.Mr. Tomine luis talcon a Icnso. At Mr. Wyatt required
After an interval of about two months, this popular
place of entertainment was last night opened to the public
recently undergone It will be remembered, that Mr.
Wyatt's lease of the building having expired, the pro-
perty was purchased by Mr. J. F Josephson, of whom
Mr. Torning has taken a Iease. At Mr. Wyatt required
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Tuesday 17 October 1837 [Issue No.445] page 3 2019-11-14 15:53 ?Mr J. P. Josephson,
Mr J. F. Josephson,
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Monday 7 August 1837 page 2 2019-11-14 15:46 the other instrumental music-second to the solos
.on the violin by Mr. Wallace-th it which pleased
,«s most was the Quartett, in the second part of the
Concert, hy Messrs. Wallace, Deane, Josephton
'(pinno-lbi te), and Master E. Deane. But the
lirst solo (Mnysedci's third Polon lise) is te
the other instrumental music - second to the solos
on the violin by Mr. Wallace - that which pleased
us most was the Quartett, in the second part of the
Concert, by Messrs. Wallace, Deane, Josephson
(piano-forte), and Master E. Deane. But the
lirst solo (Mayseder's third Polonaise) is te
CONCERT (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Friday 19 August 1836 [Issue No.324] page 2 2019-11-14 15:16 uxcceillngly well ; that on thu Kent Bugle both as;
heard nt his hands. We have frequently henrd Mr.
Josuplisou on thu Flute, and hive been delighted,
Hut tiuver ho captivated as with his Fantasia on thin
occasion, in which was introduced the Conlmi by
Drutivt. Mr. Josnphson hns nut tho .Htrungth of
lungs ]iust»!88od by hoiiio performers on thu Flute,
but vo question if thu ntrougest would have received
more muritud applause than he did for liU Cmtluu.
uxcceillngly well ; that on the Kent Bugle both as;
heard nt his hands. We have frequently heard Mr.
Josephson on the Flute, and have been delighted,
but never so captivated as with his Fantasia on this
occasion, in which was introduced the Coolun y
Drouet. Mr. Josephson has not the strength of
lungs possessed by some performers on the Flute,
but we question if the strongest would have received
more merited applause than he did for his Coolun.
MR. WALLACE'S CONCERT. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 4 June 1836 [Issue No.904] page 3 2019-11-14 14:59 To Mr Josephson was apportioned- 1
Fantasia--Toulon on
And a fantastical piece it was, exciting no i
pleasure fr;am the execution, because every ,,
b.tdy knows Mr Josephson's execution on the al
(erman dotle is excellent. However, a Scotch yi
ai, iitrridueed-in-ttle-course- of -the Fantasia, .
madale senae amends for the everlasting mecha. tat
rsiiaiof tlit, evening. But its lieu of reservitng t
all his powers for the air, to make it reacts the ,
heart by..the tenderness of the notes, it wa, p
marred by tile never.ceasing bkippitag up and I
down thie gamut ; as if we were all assembled I
to hear the performers practice; in lieu, of
coming to hear our passions pleasingly ex
cited. We have all of us, Heavens knows, me- a
ehanism entoughi at home. When, therefore, h
we go to a-Concert or thile Theatre, we go to
feel ; to be charmed and excited by novel a til
unusual seisations, whi lt cannot be produced
to us at this Concert. o
Tile anmne remarks apply to the Conctrto
(Nicholson) on tihe flute, as performned by Mr
S. W. Wallace. The ex-cution was goad, a
but the mech.anism of.the lip andt finger is not
the chief thing at a Cocert, to ,vn the ap
plause of tile maj arity. By the lye, altlIugh
the lower tones of MIr Walluce's flutn were
full and reedly, we preferred those of Mr Jo
seplssoi's, as more in character with that sweet
jistruaient,
To Mr Josephson was apportioned-
Fantasia - Toulon
And a fantastical piece it was, exciting no
pleasure from the execution, because every
body knows Mr. Josephson's execution on the
German flute is excellent. However, a Scotch
air, introduced in the course of the Fantasia,
made some amends for the everlasting mecha-
nism of the evening. But in lieu of reserving
all his powers for the air, to make it reach the
heart by the tenderness of the notes, it was
marred by the never-ceasing skipping up and
to hear the performers practice; in lieu of
coming to hear our passions pleasingly ex-
chanism enough at home. When, therefore,
we go to a Concert or the Theatre, we go to
feel; to be charmed and excited by novel and
unusual sensations, which cannot be produced
to us at this Concert.
The same remarks apply to the Concerto
(Nicholson) on the flute, as performed by Mr.
S. W. Wallace. The execution was good,
but the mechanism of the lip and finger is not
the chief thing at a Concert, to win the ap-
plause of the majority. By the bye, although
the lower tones of Mr. Wallace's flute were
full and reedly, we preferred those of Mr, Jo-
sephson's, as more in character with that sweet
instrument.
EXTRACTS FROM OTHER PAPERS. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 26 March 1836 [Issue No.884] page 2 2019-11-14 14:42 of tia vry llthin atteindance on thrt ricca?.on
"owing to the weather). Such conduct is highly
nraie-w.orthy, and 'ie do hope ba't librrnlily
ie-t t-meet-with-ite- J441re-s- - .-Go tha.
anl act likewise
of the very this attendance on that occasion
(owing to the weather). Such conduct is highly
praiseworthy, and we do hope that liberality
like this will meet with its just reward. Go thou
and act likewise
EXTRACTS FROM OTHER PAPERS. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 26 March 1836 [Issue No.884] page 2 2019-11-14 14:40 We heau.that Mir. Josephson, our cola'
,,(al musician. wouid not accept of any remanefa
tion for Ihis v.ilnable services on the stight of Mrs.
Taylor and Mrs. Chester's Concert, Iacpoew 50IV34
We hear that Mr. Josephson, our colo-
nial musician. wouid not accept of any remunera-
tion for his valuable services on the night of Mrs.
Taylor and Mrs. Chester's Concert, in consequence
NEWS FROM CHINA. (Article), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Saturday 26 March 1836 [Issue No.2790] page 2 2019-11-14 14:37 colonist Mr. Josephson, junr., who on i
uudcra'anding that the concert lately
so far fioni leaving them a profit, on the
contrary left thom minus some ton or
hare roceived for his very excellent per-
if not quito a native horn Australian, is
next kin to one. At least ho has lived
rendered his sorrices al the iast'coucorl,
colonist Mr. Josephson, junr., who on
understanding that the concert lately
so far from leaving them a profit, on the
contrary left them minus some ton or
have received for his very excellent per-
if not quite a native horn Australian, is
next kin to one. At least he has lived
rendered his services at the last concert,

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