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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,986
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,811
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,843
...
2230 chris-stewart 13,506
2231 teragram4 13,497
2232 rossdouglass 13,485
2233 RichardHunter1 13,479
2234 mrpotts69 13,436
2235 warrenfahey 13,436

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October 2019 562
September 2019 1,815
August 2019 447
July 2019 393
June 2019 120
May 2019 72
April 2019 29
March 2019 6
December 2018 119
October 2018 266
September 2018 151
August 2018 175
July 2018 715
June 2018 80
May 2018 430
January 2018 316
December 2017 71
September 2017 55
August 2017 89
July 2017 92
June 2017 464
January 2017 160
December 2016 63
November 2016 23
October 2016 850
September 2016 641
August 2016 676
July 2016 25
May 2016 429
April 2016 641
February 2016 6
October 2015 114
September 2015 24
August 2015 101
July 2015 186
June 2015 42
May 2015 24
April 2015 269
March 2015 11
May 2014 422
April 2014 82
March 2014 17
February 2014 835
January 2014 12
December 2013 90
November 2013 84
October 2013 190
August 2013 89
July 2013 736
October 2012 59
July 2012 7
June 2012 104

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,789,784
2 noelwoodhouse 3,901,601
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,279,790
5 Rhonda.M 3,104,830
...
2224 NormaPerry 13,490
2225 rossdouglass 13,485
2226 mcmullro 13,466
2227 RichardHunter1 13,461
2228 warrenfahey 13,436
2229 almar1 13,434

13,461 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 562
September 2019 1,815
August 2019 447
July 2019 393
June 2019 120
May 2019 72
April 2019 29
March 2019 6
December 2018 119
October 2018 266
September 2018 151
August 2018 175
July 2018 715
June 2018 80
May 2018 430
January 2018 316
December 2017 71
September 2017 55
August 2017 89
July 2017 92
June 2017 464
January 2017 160
December 2016 63
November 2016 23
October 2016 850
September 2016 623
August 2016 676
July 2016 25
May 2016 429
April 2016 641
February 2016 6
October 2015 114
September 2015 24
August 2015 101
July 2015 186
June 2015 42
May 2015 24
April 2015 269
March 2015 11
May 2014 422
April 2014 82
March 2014 17
February 2014 835
January 2014 12
December 2013 90
November 2013 84
October 2013 190
August 2013 89
July 2013 736
October 2012 59
July 2012 7
June 2012 104

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 312,668
2 PhilThomas 128,849
3 mickbrook 107,952
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 51,233
...
1290 Mumacat 18
1291 NormAustin 18
1292 RGallagher 18
1293 RichardHunter1 18
1294 rjcav 18
1295 RobbieS 18

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Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Friday 8 November 1833 [Issue No.31] page 4 2019-10-21 23:06 ? ? '.? ,...-.:? SYDNEYt /-?:,../; :;.i
ON S ATUR.D AY, November 9, m\
be performed, Coleman's Comedj of t~ ?%
-.'.,-? '.:.' JOHN BULL. .,.,,»
Peregrine, Mr. Mackay ; Sir Simon RoehdaUyHCr/
Biickingham ; Job Thornberry, Mr. Meredith'
Dennis Brulgniddery, Mr. A. Hill; Hon.td«
Shnffleioii, Mr. Vafe; Frank Kothdale, Wr!
Knowles; John Bur, Mr» Palmer ; D»n, Wf.
r- 'Dndd.ndge ; Williams, Mr. Ilyball ? Mr. Pt£ :
' nyinan, Mr. Fitchett ; Simon. Mr. Dight; Lady
Ca'»«ne Braymore, Mrs. Love ?;. Mri. Br^
; grudclery, Mrs. Larrs. ', , . ~/
' V ' '? '' \'ATTWtL WHICH/ , ??'-?? '?''.
p-»Mo«7fi'Mme» ^Hl bB performed, Cpb»'s
« ' THE FIRST FLOOR::
Old Whimsey, Mr. Buckingham ; Yonn« Whtm w
?m!;*^™^' M»nford« Mr- Vale; 1iiH T^rll et
; Mr. Mackay; Furnish, Mr. White; Simon. Mr
j »yball; Xandlord, Mr. Digl.t ; Postboy? -L™i
- «'*'k.\ Mr- Fltcwe« ; Snip, Mr, Dndtleridie'
W: Doors open at half-past six, to eoniaieBeea
V seven o'clock preciselj-. .., \\%
Waif Price through, the House.
Lower Boxes.. 5s. Half Price S- ha ???
upper ditto... 4s. ?dim0™::.:£Jiv.:--
J, Pit .v.... ....«i. 6d. Ditto .......!|, fti*
? OaTlery ? Ss. 6d. Ditto .~V.\. .tlrfr
?'?'.^T'-,':'-'-', : ': ; ' ?**y.ani Rex et Kegh*.
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
ON SATURDAY, November 9, will
be performed, Coleman's Comedy of
JOHN BULL.
Peregrine, Mr. Mackay ; Sir Simon Rochdale, Mr.
Buckingham ; Job Thornberry, Mr. Meredith ;
Dennis Brulgruddery, Mr. A. Hill; Hon. Tom
Shuffleton, Mr. Vale; Frank Rochdale, Mr.
Knowles; John Bur, Mr. Palmer ; Dan, Mr.
Dudd.ndge ; Williams, Mr. Dyball : Mr. Pen-
nyiman, Mr. Fitchett ; Simon. Mr. Dight; Lady
Caroline Braymore, Mrs. Love ;. Mrs. Brul-
gruddery, Mrs. Larra.
AFTER WHICH,
For the first time, will be performed, Cobb's
Farce of
THE FIRST FLOOR.
Old Whimsey, Mr. Buckingham ; Young Whimsey,
Mr. Grove ; Monford, Mr. Vale; Tim Tartlett,
Mr. Mackay; Furnish, Mr. White; Simon. Mr.
Dyball; Landlord, Mr. Dight ; Postboy, ————
Frank, Mr. Fitchett ; Snip, Mr, Dudderidge
Mrs. Pattypan, Mrs. Lara ; Charlotte, Mrs.
Mackay ; Nancy, Mrs Dawes.
>>> Doors open at half-past six, to commence at
seven o'clock precisely.
Half Price through the House.
Lower Boxes.... 5s. Half Price ...... 2s. 6d.
Upper ditto..... 4s. Ditto ..........2s.d
Pit .............. 2. 6d. Ditto ....... 1s. 6d.
Gallery...... 2s. 6d. Ditto ........ 1s. 6d.
Vivant Rex et Regina.
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Monday 4 November 1833 [Issue No.30] page 1 2019-10-21 22:38 JHIS EVENING. NOVEMBER fin. '
1 The Petite Comedy , callept t .
CHARLES THE SKCOND,
OR ' ' ' '
THE MERBY WQWAECH,
A &ace ror a Pliiner, ,
The whole to conclude with the'Farceof '
FORTUNE'S FRtpX-XC
OK,
At' the recommendation of a number of Friends
the following Prices will be for. the future, and' .
Lower Circle ol Boxes... 5s. ud — Half price* 2s. Cd.
Second Tier ? .'..' ? 4s. --d— Half.price,2s. Od.
Pit ? .;/..'. ? 2s. 6d — Half price, Is. 6d.
Gallery....: ? Is. Cd — Half price, Is. Od
ikS» The Nights of Performance, during the Season,
are Mondays, ThursDays, and Saturdays:
7th instant, and he has bespoke the Comedy ot
yiVANTREXETREQINA!
SS» UQ- a ^%n 3 -1ST & d-:-2f 4X 5fi
SYDNEY. V
WHE Undersighfed, from his increasing
-B- dutieii, begs inbitt' respectfully to notify : to
hi« Patrons and Friends, that' upon all business
connected with the Theatre he will, be happy, to
communicate daily between the liours^'of ten; and,
twelve — Sundays excepted; - , ? ' . - ; ,
&~®n& w, ill ©'Q^aii 5;- '
.^,. , .-,. J. H. BCmSTEA ;; ,-;?
ILT AS the. honour to aunounce, that it is
,1.; M'' ' his iritenton to throw open his capacious Sa
Merchants; Wool Growers, Brokers, 'I'radesmenj
and Settlers',' between - the hours of 1 1 and 2' daily ,
(Sunday* excepted,) that in due time a commo
dious privute Room or Rooms, will be set a [art as
Subscription and private Conference Rooms. -? [ The
and latest Englisl) Newspapers and Periodicar Pub
lications, together with' any other requisites that a
scribers, and the Public generally; That in the
Coffee House,' shall be adopted in posting, on
regulated charges, the announcement of the'Sailing
ports of London and Scotland-; but, as an en
projected p'an, he respectfully solicits the sanction
Colony, and the promise of 'their support and pa
tronage. ;- ?'?-'? ;: :
; The favour of their communirattpns is earnestly
and speedily leqiieste'dr-and any suggestion for thn
improvement or better arrangement of Mr, B.'s in?
tended plan, vyilj be tliankfully received by him., .
THEATRE ROYAL,
THIS EVENING, NOVEMBER 4th.
The Petite Comedy, called
CHARLES THE SECOND,
OR
THE MERRY MONARCH,
A Race for a Dinner,
The whole to conclude with the Farce of
FORTUNE'S FROLIC
OR
At the recommendation of a number of Friends
the following Prices will be for the future, and
Lower Circle of Boxes... 5s. 0d — Half price, 2s. 6d.
Second Tier .......... 4s. 0d — Half price, 2s. 0d.
Pit ................ 2s. 6d — Half price, 1s. 6d.
Gallery....... 1s. 6d — Half price, 1s. 6d.
>>> The Nights of Performance, during the Season,
are Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
7th instant, and he has bespoke the Comedy of
VIVANT REX ET REGINA !
THEATRE ROYAL
THE Undersigned, from his increasing
duties, begs most respectfully to notify to
his Patrons and Friends, that upon all business
connected with the Theatre he will be happy to
communicate daily between the hours of TEN and
TWELVE — Sundays excepted.
B. LEVY
ROYAL HOTEL,
J. H. BERNER
HAS the honour to announce, that it is
his intention to throw open his capacious Sa-
Merchants; Wool Growers, Brokers, Tradesmen,
and Settlers, between the hours of 12 and 2 daily,
(Sundays excepted,) that in due time a commo
dious private Room or Rooms, will be set apart as
Subscription and private Conference Rooms. The
and latest English Newspapers and Periodical Pub-
lications, together with any other requisites that a
scribers, and the Public generally. That in the
Coffee House, shall be adopted in posting, on
regulated charges, the announcement of the sailing
ports of London and Scotland; but, as an en-
projected plan, he respectfully solicits the sanction
Colony, and the promise of their support and pa
tronage.
The favour of their communications is earnestly
and speedily requested — and any suggestion for the
improvement or better arrangement of Mr, B.'s in-
tended plan, will be thankfully received by him.
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Monday 28 October 1833 [Issue No.28] page 3 2019-10-17 21:40 '/ SYDNEY. '
Who lias expressed his intention of honoring the
- COLM AN'S FA.VO.UUl I'E COMEDY,
In 5 Acts, called . . -
Lord'Dnberly ? Mi. Buckingham
Zekiel Homespun ? Mr. Mackay
Kenrick ? Mr. Arthur Hill
Steadfast . . . . .' . . . .... ... .Mr.. '.Palmer
Doctor Pangloss ? '.Mr. Meredith
Dick Dowlas ............. . Mr. Knowles
H.-iiry iNJoreland ? Mr. Vale
Waiter ? Mr. Buck ' -.x
Servant .... :. . Mr. Fitchett ;
Lady Dubcrly ? Mrs. Larra
Caroline . .... ? .Mis.-Dnwes
Cecily, Homespun. .Mrs. Mackay.
AFiliR WHICH, i
(ALSO BY COM JM A Nl),)
THli POPULAR FARCK OP
IZigh Life below Stairs.
Lovel ....;. ........ .. ... .Mr. Grove
Freeman ? !M r. Vale
SERVANTS TO I.OVRL.
Philip ? Mr. Dyball
' Coachman ? ?; ? Mr. Dudderidge.
Xingston ......- ? Mr. Dyte. ' '
Tom ....Mr. Palmer
Cook ................... .Mis. Larra
Cloe ? » ? ?
Kitty .:............ ......Mrs. Love
VISITORS. _ ?
My Lord Duke ? . . Mr. .Knowles
Lady Bali ? Mrs. Maekay
Sir Harry .' ? Mr.' White
Lady Charlotte ........... .Mrs. Dawcs ' ?
Robert, (servant to Freeman,) . ...... .Mr, 'Blair.
In (he course of the Piece, the Minuet de la Cour
and O.-xvottee, by Mrs. Love and Mr. White.'
Doors open at half past six, to cpmmence imme
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
Who has expressed his intention of honoring the
COLMAN'S FAVOURITE COMEDY,
In 5 Acts, called
Lord Duberly ...... Mr. Buckingham
Zekiel Homespun ..... Mr. Mackay
Kenrick........ Mr. Arthur Hill
Doctor Pangloss ......... Mr. Meredith
Dick Dowlas ............. Mr. Knowles
Henry Moreland ........ Mr. Vale
Waiter ...... Mr. Buck
Lady Duberly ....... Mrs. Larra
Caroline .............. Mrs. Dawes
Cecily Homespun.... Mrs. Mackay.
AFTER WHICH,
(ALSO BY COMMAND,)
THE POPULAR FARCE OF
High Life below Stairs.
Lovel .............. Mr. Grove
Freeman .............. Mr. Vale
SERVANTS TO LOVEL.
Philip....... Mr. Dyball
Coachman .......... Mr. Dudderidge.
Kingston ...... Mr. Dyte.
Tom .....Mr. Palmer
Cook ...................Mrs. Larra
Cloe .................————
VISITORS.
My Lord Duke ......... Mr. Knowles
Lady Bah ........ Mrs. Maekay
Sir Harry .......... Mr. White
Lady Charlotte ........... Mrs. Dawes
Robert, (servant to Freeman,) ........Mr. Blair.
In the course of the Piece, the Minuet de la Cour
and Gavottee, by Mrs. Love and Mr. White.
Doors open at half past six, to commence imme
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Monday 21 October 1833 [Issue No.26] page 3 2019-10-17 21:06 :tv\ '' ' '.Bypig:!;E.ir-v- -v/i v^l
*|*trrS. E^EN^rNO.; the 21st instant, y|-il)
jL; a-i,be performed,' Tohin'a. Comedy, . ill .five
Acts'; ???;' '»'.- .'. . ' ? -'-.?'?., .. :???..? '??.- ? ' '?: ?'? .' ' . '
THE HONEY IdOON.
Duke Aianza.i.1.. ........ Mr. Kiiowles. :^' '?
: Count Mountalkin. .... .r .. Mi;. Vale: ;' ;...,;??. . c?
t Rolando ..'.....;..... ;^- Mr. 'Grove '. ; '.'.'.;
., Baltliazar .i'.o.'.... ;..:.. Mr. Hnlmer - '
'; -tiiiiMedan. '.** l.1^'. ivV; ?? '.'.V Mr^-Bnckiiighani *:
? ,'ftdpez ;f\'H';'!'r.i.:'.-.''.^.;^.^ii-,VJohnsbn- . ;,???-
- j'J.-iqucs/tlie rrock Duke ^ ir M'rr'WIiite
''? (Juliana .:;........ t .... Mrs. Mackay
'?? Volante- # s.y.-.-.-..t. . . i ?;;.??;?.; vMrs'J Cove'ney
.'.Ziimora ,:.'......'.........: Mv*i Jaws! ?'?*'?' '? :
Hos'ttiss ' ? Mrs. JLarra.. ? . ? ?
v . Farce, in two Acts, called -the
xRxsairtAxr in z.oxr0oir.
? ? OldiFipst . . ... ,\. . ? ; . . .??;. Mri 'Knowles.
Mr., Colloony ..:...... .... Mr. by ball.
-: .. Muitocli pelany ? / . . Mr. Hill. V;
Captain Seymour..'. ? '. Mr. Grove.- .
Edward ? Mr. Mackie. .
Gymbn .;..;............-....,. Mr.' Dight: ' '
.Ciibba, Mrs. Love. Louisa,' Mrs.- Dawes. :'. Caro-
line, Mrs. Coveney . ?--. ''..''?.
Doors open at half*past 6. o'clock ; to commence
. ' at. 7 precisely. ~ :,??-?
DressCircleof Boxes. .Gs: no half-price.' '??
. Second Tier . .'.' . ? 4s.- half-price, 2s. Gd;
Pit - . . ... . . . /...? .... 3s, half-price, 2s.
Gallery ............ 2f-. no half-price.
, Stage Manager, Mi Cavendish ; Acting. ditto,
. Mr. Knowles ; Leader of the Orchestra, Mr. Ed
Scenery by Messrs. Dudd ridge and Fitrihctt :
Machinery by Messrs. Fitchett and Clarke; De
.coratidns by Mr. Allen ; and Dresses by Mr.
Alfred. , .... .' ' . :, ' ? --??.; ? ?- '? ? ?
VIVANT REX ET RE'GINA.
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
THIS EVENING, the 21st instant, will
be performed,' Tobin's Comedy, in five
Acts,
THE HONEY MOON.
Duke Aranza.. ........ Mr. Knowles
Count Mountalkin. ..... Mr. Vale
Rolando .........Mr. Grove
Baltliazar ........ Mr. Palmer
Lampeda .........Mr. Buckingham
Lopez ............ Mr.Johnson
Jaques the mock Duke ..... Mr. White
Juliana .......... Mrs. Mackay
Volante .............Mrs. Coveney
Zamora ............. Mrs. Dawes
Hostess ......... Mrs. Larra
Farce, in two Acts, called the
IRISHMAN IN LONDON.
OLD FROST ............. Mr. Knowles.
Mr. Colloony .......... Mr. Dyball.
Murtoch Delany ........... Mr. Hill.
Captain Seymour.......... Mr. Grove.
Edward ........ Mr. Mackie.
Cymon .................. Mr. Dight.
Cubba, Mrs. Love. Louisa, Mrs.- Dawes. Caro-
line, Mrs. Coveney.
Doors open at half-past 6. o'clock ; to commence
at 7 precisely.
Dress Circle of Boxes...5s. no half-price.
Second Tier ...... 4s. half-price, 2s. 6d;
Gallery ............ 2s. no half-price.
Stage Manager, Mr Cavendish ; Acting. ditto,
Mr. Knowles ; Leader of the Orchestra, Mr. Ed
Scenery by Messrs. Duddridge and Fitchett :
Machinery by Messrs. Fitchett and Clarke; De-
corations by Mr. Allen ; and Dresses by Mr.
Alfred.
VIVANT REX ET REGINA.
Advertising (Advertising), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Friday 18 October 1833 [Issue No.25] page 3 2019-10-17 19:51 SYPPJ3SY,
ON SATURDAY the I9»h instant, will
'*-* be, performed, Toliin's Comedy, In Vfiye|
''?'the moxttt ;.mQ6tt/'r;h
Biike Aiariga..;. .,.^.... Mr. Knowles
Count MoUntalkln....;... Mr. Vale
Rotando .... ... .'.'.....?. i Mr. Grove ' :
Balthazar, . ......*.. 1 - . t Mr. Palmer I
Lampeda ? Mr. Buckingham '
Lopez .....:... ? ? Mr. Jolinson '
Jaqnes, the inock Duke '.?* Mr. White ,r f
Juliana ?. .... ? ; i,-.«.i3ttTS.vMackav
Volante ? Mrs. D»wes .
^amora ? Mrs. Love .,
Hoslfliis ................ Mm. Larra;
' AFTER mi ICH, . ^-r-
, The Extravagauia of '
r. .-; Bombbastes Furioso.
Bombastes, Mr. Knowles— Fnsbos, Mr. Vale—
Artaxominej, Mr. Buckingham— Distafflna, Mrs.
Love. ';i ' ? . ', .'
MIn«r.® cou™e of the piece a Comic Dance by
Mr. white. ? ' »? . r. ? ?*
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
ON SATURDAY the 19th instant, will
be, performed, Tobin's Comedy, In five Acts
THE HONEY MOON.
Duke Arangga......... Mr. Knowles
Count Mountalkin...... Mr. Vale
Lampeda.......... Mr. Buckingham
Lopez .........Mr. Johnson
Jaques, the mock Duke ... Mr. White
Juliana ...... Mrs. Mackay
Volante .......... Mrs. Dawes .
Zamora ...... Mrs. Love
Hostess ................ Mrs. Larra
AFTER WHICH
The Extravaganza of
Bombastes Furioso.
Bombastes, Mr. Knowles— Fusbos, Mr. Vale—
Artaxominey, Mr. Buckingham— Distaffina, Mrs.
Love.
In the course of the piece a Comic Dance by
Mr. White.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Thursday 17 October 1833 [Issue No.206] page 3 2019-10-16 00:14 THIS EVENING, Thursday, the 17th of
rwi
Peregrine,.:.Mr. KNOWLES.
Frank Rochdale,.Mr. JOHNSON.
Job Thornberry,.Mr. GROVE.
Dan ... .,...Mr. DUDDERIDGE.
Williams',*.Mr. CROFT.
Tohn.Mr. FITCHETT.
Sir Simon Rochdale,.Mr. BUCKINGHAM.
Hon. Tom Shuflloton, ....Mr. VALE.
John Bur,..:..Mr. Mr. PALMER.
Mr. Pennyman,.Mr. PARTRIDGE.
Simon,....;.Mr. DIGHT.
Mrs. Brulgruddery,.Mrs. LARRA.
Mary Thornberry,.Mrs. MACKAY.
3SIG32 EiXPE BEIOW STAÏR.S.
Lovel,..,.Mr. GROVE.
Freeman..'.Mr. VALE.
Philip.Mr. DYBALL.
Coachman,.Mr. DUDDERIDGE.
Tom,.Mr. PALMER..
Kingston,.Mr. DIGHT.*
Kitty,.Mrs, LOVE.
Cook,.;.Mrs. LARRA.
Cloe.
Duke's Servant,.Mr. KNOWLES.
Lady Bab's Maid,.Mrs. COVENEY.
Robert ( Freeman's servant) Mr. BL AI li.
Sir Harry's Servant,.Mr. WHITE.
Lady .Charlotte's Maid,...Mrs. DAWES.
Fidler,.Mr. FITCHETT.
Iggf The Nights of Performance during the Season
Vivant Reo: et Regina !
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
THIS EVENING, Thursday, the 17th of
JOHN BULL ;
Peregrine,..Mr. KNOWLES.
Frank Rochdale,...Mr. JOHNSON.
Job Thornberry,...Mr. GROVE.
Dan ......Mr. DUDDERIDGE.
Williams', ....Mr. CROFT.
John...Mr. FITCHETT.
Sir Simon Rochdale,...Mr. BUCKINGHAM.
Hon. Tom Shuffleton, ....Mr. VALE.
John Bur,....Mr. Mr. PALMER.
Mr. Pennyman,...Mr. PARTRIDGE.
Simon,.....Mr. DIGHT.
Mrs. Brulgruddery,...Mrs. LARRA.
Lady Caroline Braymore, .... Mrs. LOVE.
Mary Thornberry,.....Mrs. MACKAY.
HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS.
Lovel,...Mr. GROVE.
Freeman....Mr. VALE.
Philip.....Mr. DYBALL.
Coachman,.....Mr. DUDDERIDGE.
Tom,.....Mr. PALMER.
Kingston,......Mr. DIGHT.
Kitty,......Mrs. LOVE.
Cook,.....Mrs. LARRA.
Cloe.......————
Duke's Servant,......Mr. KNOWLES.
Lady Bab's Maid,......Mrs. COVENEY.
Robert ( Freeman's servant) Mr. BLAIR.
Sir Harry's Servant,....Mr. WHITE.
Lady Charlotte's Maid,...Mrs. DAWES.
Fidler,.....Mr. FITCHETT.
BOMBASTES FURIOSO
* The Nights of Performance during the Season
Vivant Rex et Regina !
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Monday 14 October 1833 [Issue No.205] page 3 2019-10-15 19:40 has been i eceived, will be presented, for the
thud time, the Nautical Drama called
THE IttUTINV AT THES WORE.
After which will be performed, for the first time |
HIGH LirE SBäOW STAIRS.
Doon open at half-past six ; to commcmcc at seven
JOHN B ÜLL]
On SATURDAY, 19th instant, will bo performed
$3f The Nights of Performance, during the
THEATRE ROYAL
has been received, will be presented, for the
third time, the Nautical Drama called
THE MUTINY AT THE NORE.
After which will be performed, for the first time
HIGH LIFE BELOW STAIRS.
Doon open at half-past six ; to commence at seven
JOHN BULL;
On SATURDAY, 19th instant, will be performed
* The Nights of Performance, during the
Classified Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1803 - 1842), Tuesday 8 October 1833 [Issue No.2346] page 3 2019-10-13 18:18 Drama, in Three Acts, called '' ,

Admùal Colpoys, Mr. Val« ; Captain Arlington,
Mr. Harpor ; Captut« locfc, Mr. Johnson ¡
litHt.-nnnt Urns, Mr. Croft; RIcnard Parker,
Mr Knowles ; Joc't Adams, Mr. Grove ; Jack
Morris, Mr. While ; Tom Allen, Mr. Blair ;
Biff Senator, Mr. Dight ; Timothy Bubble, Mr.
A. Hill; Dicfciy Chicken, Mr. Dybnll ; William
(Parker's child) ; by Master T. Jones.-Sailors,
Mutineers, &o. Seo. &c.
Dame Grouse, Mrs. Lnrra ; Mary Parftsr, Mrs
will be presented (also for the first lima, the Extra
ytganzn in one Act, called
dîrjrononïjotontrjoloooo !
C/ironrm/ififonf/irfngiis, Mr. Dight ; .¿/r/ifJornnlipriAj
niphertiio, Mr. Grove ; Iiigdnm Funuidos, Mr.
Vnlo ; General Bombardiman, Mr. Knowles ;
Doctor, Mr. Harpur ; Herald, Mr: Dyball ;
Cook, Mr. Johnson ; Fidltr, Mr. Duddridge ;
Soldiers, &c
Fadladinidi, Mrs. Love ; Tatlanthe, |Mrs. Dotfee ;
Doors open at half-past six o'Clock} lo
commence at seven precisely. '
DressrCirole of Boxes.5s.-No half price
Second Tier.4j.-Half price, 2«. 6tf.
Pit. 3s.- Half price, 2s.
Gallery......,,.2j,-No half price.
Slosre Manager, Mr. Cavkhdisii ; Acting Ditto,
wards ; Principal Violincello. Mr. Sitpk; the
Scenery, by Messrs. Duddiiidoe nnd Fiicuptt ;
Machinery, hy Messrs. Fitchett and Ciaukpj
Decorations, by Mr. Allek; aud Dresses, by Mr.
A.X.DRID.
The Nights of Performance during tho Season, are
VIVANT REX ET REGI NI A!
id Oetobtr, 1833.
THEATRE ROYAL,
SYDNEY.
THE MUTINY AT THE
Admiral Colpoys, Mr. Vale ; Captain Arlington,
Mr. Harpur ; Captain Lock, Mr. Johnson ;
Lieutenant Sims, Mr. Croft; Richard Parker,
Mr Knowles ; Jack Adams, Mr. Grove ; Jack
Morris, Mr. White ; Tom Allen, Mr. Blair ;
Bill Senator, Mr. Dight ; Timothy Bubble, Mr.
A. Hill; Dicky Chicken, Mr. Dyball ; William
(Parker's child) ; by Master T. Jones. — Sailors,
Mutineers, &c. &c. &c.
Dame Grouse, Mrs. Larra ; Mary Parker, Mrs
will be presented (also for the first time, the Extra
vaganza in one Act, called
Chrononhotonthologos !
Chrononhotonthologos, Mr. Dight ; Aldiborontiphos-
cophornio, Mr. Grove ; Rigdum Funuidos, Mr.
Vale ; General Bombardiman, Mr. Knowles ;
Doctor, Mr. Harpur ; Herald, Mr. Dyball ;
Cook, Mr. Johnson ; Fidler, Mr. Duddridge ;
Soldiers, &c.
Fadladinida, Mrs. Love ; Tatlanthe, Mrs. Dawes ;
Doors open at half-past six o'Clock ; to
commence at seven precisely.
Dress Circle of Boxes ...... 5s.—No half price
Second Tier ......... 4s. — Half price, 2s. 6d.
Pit .......... 3s.— Half price, 2s.
Gallery....... 2s, — No half price.
Stage Manager, Mr. Cavendish ; Acting Ditto,
wards ; Principal Violincello. Mr. Sippe; the
Scenery, by Messrs. Duddridge and Fitchett ;
Machinery, by Messrs. Fitchett and Clarke ;
Decorations, by Mr. Allen ; and Dresses, by Mr.
Aldred.
The Nights of Performance during the Season, are
VIVANT REX ET REGINA !
2d October, 1833.
Domestic Intelligence. SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL SIDE. (Article), The Sydney Monitor (NSW : 1828 - 1838), Saturday 31 August 1833 [Issue No.597] page 2 2019-10-07 13:33 A corresplondlent t Parralnatta says, that
aittended with the most disgraceful exhiblition
that can be conceivedl. The perfoirmetrs were
finditng they were defraudedtl, rushed on the
stage and-commelnced the work of destruction.
andt beg them to desist. They retired vowintg
vengeance on the performers.-(N. B. It was
necessary to have a course Iteginaning in this
colony'. All this, coupled with the black.
lead to a pturification, or a shutting upI -ED.J
Hlis Excellency the Governor visited the
New Theatre yesterday, and seemedl pleased
at thie neatness of the arranftgemtents.
A correspondent at Parramatta says, that
attended with the most disgraceful exhibition
that can be conceived. The performers were
finding they were defrauded, rushed on the
stage and commenced the work of destruction.
and beg them to desist. They retired vowing
vengeance on the performers. — [N. B. It was
necessary to have a coarse beginning in this
colony. All this, coupled with the black-
lead to a purification, or a shutting up -ED.]
His Excellency the Governor visited the
New Theatre yesterday, and seemed pleased
at the neatness of the arrangements.
Sporting Chronicle. HAWKESBURY RACES. (Article), The Australian (Sydney, NSW : 1824 - 1848), Friday 30 August 1833 [Issue No.18] page 3 2019-10-07 13:28 The Theatre at Parramalla closed on Monday
last, and a more disgraceful scene was never wit
nessed. The Players forgot their parts, and quar
being kep /waiting for some timej became nony
and rioto//Si and ultimately rushed on the stage,
The worthy bonlface of the ' Wool pack' at
length made his appearance, and by dim of hol
lowingi having obtained a hearing* told the gem
7)i en and ludits that the performers were all drunk,
Tltis was the Epilogue,— Ihe landlord apologised
fo'i liis appearance on the stage, but stid he 'found,
it necessary' to do so to save his property Irom in
jury, the audience than departed, and thus ended
The Theatre at Parramatta closed on Monday
last, and a more disgraceful scene was never wit-
nessed. The Players forgot their parts, and quar-
being kept waiting for some time became noisy
and riotous and ultimately rushed on the stage,
The worthy boniface of the "Woolpack" at
length made his appearance, and by dnt of hol-
lowing, having obtained a hearing told the gem-
men and ladies that the performers were all drunk,
This was the Epilogue,— yhe landlord apologised
for his appearance on the stage, but said he found,
it necessary to do so to save his property from in-
jury, the audience then departed, and thus ended

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