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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,708,145
2 noelwoodhouse 3,858,036
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,396
4 DonnaTelfer 3,215,563
5 Rhonda.M 3,016,197
...
1132 charliek 34,613
1133 Rockingham12 34,600
1134 anniespencer 34,451
1135 australharmony 34,445
1136 SJGibson 34,444
1137 sluievannachie 34,436

34,445 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 274
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 5,707,961
2 noelwoodhouse 3,858,036
3 NeilHamilton 3,400,267
4 DonnaTelfer 3,215,542
5 Rhonda.M 3,016,184
...
1131 anniespencer 34,451
1132 sluievannachie 34,435
1133 Paisley 34,426
1134 australharmony 34,421
1135 BethCodling 34,395
1136 frances 34,390

34,421 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

August 2019 274
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 300,556
2 PhilThomas 121,213
3 mickbrook 106,370
4 murds5 61,555
5 GeoffMMutton 42,290
...
1026 susanbatho 25
1027 SweetTreats 25
1028 tkirby 25
1029 australharmony 24
1030 bevgar 24
1031 billconnolly38 24

24 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

December 2018 16
January 2017 4
November 2016 4


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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. THE SYDNEY COLLEGE. (Article), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Friday 18 December 1840 [Issue No.1118] page 2 2019-08-24 16:21 I ni vins -M e have pleasure m announcing
tint among out leceut auivuls we have Mi J S
Prout, an artist of some cdebrily in Ln-lind
i Ins jcutleunn, is a nephew of Simucl Prout
1 k b i\e , late painter ni Ordinary to His
Maje tv George the 1 ourth and now lo Her
picsent Majesty, Queen \ letona, and it is s nil
oui v îsit mt has much of the talent of his relativ c
-this is decidedly a souri c of congratulation
to the Colonist m gene rd ami it is hoped, tint
the Eriwin j looms of our wealthy S ttlers
will soon be ornini"ntcd with the drawings of
this young Irttst, whose M orks, published at
home speak a sutucient gunrintee of his
merit« -M c may add, that to His Honor luke
Bruton (now it is hoped on his piisso3c to this
Colony), we are uidebtid for Mr 1 rout's visit
to our shoics
THE ARTS - We have pleasure in announcing
that among our recent arrivals we have Mr. J. S.
Prout, an artist of some celebrity in England.
This gentleman, is a nephew of Samuel Prout
F. R. S., late painter in Ordinary to His
Majesty, George the Fourth, and now to Her
present Majesty, Queen Victoria, and it is said
our visitant has much of the talent of his relative
- this is decidedly a source of congratulation
to the Colonist m general and it is hoped, that
the Drawing-rooms of our wealthy Settlers
will soon be ornamented with the drawings of
this young Artist, whose Works, published at
home speak a sufficient guarantee of his
merit. - We may add, that to His Honor Judge
Burton (now it is hoped on his passage to this
Colony), we are indebted for Mr. Prout's visit
to our shores,
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 22 December 1869 [Issue No.9855] page 8 2019-08-24 15:45 Instrumental-" Nativity Pastorale"-Corella-Mr. John
Instrumental-" Nativity Pastorale"-Corelli-Mr. John
MR. RENNIE'S LECTURE. (Article), The Sydney Herald (NSW : 1831 - 1842), Saturday 14 November 1840 [Issue No.1089] page 2 2019-08-20 16:15 waltzes, quadrilles, gallopadcs, Sec, especially
M'Kellar |i)Uj<ng pv.i,iítod iluu uea.h was eiinseil
waltzes, quadrilles, gallopades, Sec, especially
M'Kellar |i)Uj<ng pv.i,iítod iluu uea.h was eiinseil
Local Intelligence. Owing to the length of our leading article we are unaviodably compelled to defer inserting several interesting articles now in type till next week. (Article), Guardian, or, True Friend of Tasmania (Hobart, Tas. : 1847), Saturday 26 June 1847 [Issue No.7] page 3 2019-08-20 15:33 a n y notice to the fir s t Lecture on ‘Music,
We‘were wholly disappointed—we had almost
the noblest of human arts and'attractive
sciences, not ‘ only tinfelucidated, not only
unexpanded,' but really turned into frothy
hioclcery, by depreciating- tirades against
Sydney b etter-p itid L ecfa rerb , of course less
illustrious than' Mr. Rennie;: and' made a
silly, jest of,-in a “ Saturday Magazine’’
sort of phrenological lecture about dum p s,
coarse' 'and vulgar-illustrations-l
Mr. Professor Repnie, this is altogether too :
Scotch'-jilteforTasjnauial Xt>vill not.do!:
Xt isjfo^muc^of the'clap-trap of the Highland'
bacyclopadialepture-room 1 Taste
and chivalry,are .no't yet bpfied here in the '■
•apie '|myj5.'Z,!lVe.'^lI, l*r°f«j$oi*
that'Neither the iiitcllects, nor the morals,
of Tasmapiaps^jAre quite po iqibrulfdj sp
^tpltified, as yoqr Courier, anti-pbllutio 1)ist
encqmiaqts, would fjih m ate distant,lands
sppposal. Play the'man of iuteUefet-Lnot; ■
the pipuntebank-and you, will have, even
ker^^hoflor^ gud appreciation! for i’°“r
'revirardj'
We were wholly disappointed—we had almost
the noblest of human arts and attractive
sciences, not only unelucidated, not only
unexpanded, but really turned into frothy
mockery, by depreciating tirades against
Sydney better-paid Lecturers, of course less
illustrious than Mr. Rennie; and made a
silly jest of, in a "Saturday Magazine’"
sort of phrenological lecture about bumps,
coarse and vulgar illustrations!
Mr. Professor Rennie, this is altogether too
Scotch-like for Tasmania! It will not do!
It is too much of the clap-trap of the Highland
encyclopaedia lecture-room! Taste
and chivalry are not yet buried here in the
same grave. We tell you, Mr. Professor,
that neither the intellects, nor the morals,
of Tasmanians are quite so imbruted, so
stultified, as your Courier, anti-pollutionist
encomiasts, would fain make distant lands
spppose!. Play the man of intellect - not
the mountebank - and you will have, even
here, honor and appreciation, for your
reward!
THEATRE-ROYAL, GEELONG. Re-engagement of MRS. HARWARD. First Appearance of MR, ELKINGTON. (Article), Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer (Vic. : 1851 - 1856), Saturday 25 March 1854 [Issue No.2360] page 4 2019-08-20 12:04 lBuffo Ciannt, by Mr. George La'.er.ae.
Buffo Chaunt, by Mr. George Laberne.
Advertising (Advertising), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Tuesday 21 March 1854 [Issue No.5248] page 2 2019-08-20 11:51 Song-" Down hythe Yarra Yarra". Clement Whito.
Song-" Down by the Yarra Yarra". Clement White.
Advertising (Advertising), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 7 July 1854 [Issue No.2236] page 8 2019-08-20 11:33 SALL« DE VALUrsttlNp.'
Qrand Vocal and liittrimitii
pevrunoo ot Mr. Clement VVM
Royal Covont Garden and Dru;
SALLE DE VALENTINO.
Qrand Vocal and liittrimitii. First ap-
pearance of Mr. Clement White, from the Theatre's
Royal Covent Garden and Drury-lane
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 8 July 1854 [Issue No.2237] page 5 2019-08-20 11:28 of Ava," ami a now pianist,'alio of celebrity, Mr. Ooll
mlcll. It only wants fino weather to nmlto full liousos
of Ava," ami a now pianist,'alio of celebrity, Mr. Goll-
mich. It only wants fino weather to nmlto full liousos
DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 8 July 1854 [Issue No.2237] page 5 2019-08-20 11:27 S tua OK VAI.S.VIISO.-Thcro IS to bo a concert boro
tu.night, when it Mr. White makes his Orst appoaranco
before a Melbourne audience
SALLE DE VALENTINO.-There is to be a concert here
tonight, when a Mr. White makes his first appearance
before a Melbourne audience.
SYDNEY POLICE COURT.—THURSDAY. (Before the Police Magistrate, J. Campbell and G. Thornton Esq[?]res.) (Article), Empire (Sydney, NSW : 1850 - 1875), Friday 7 April 1854 [Issue No.1011] page 3 2019-08-20 11:24 ment nt tho School of Atts. Tho selection of
airs was ot' a very high and recherch« character,
In fact, almost cloying from Hs richness, hut tho
lent a I'icsli charm evon to Moore's gorgeous mo.
ludios,-and relieved what might in inferior hniitls
hnvo proved an oppressive satiety. Tho olinrm
lng air "Kathleen O'Moro" was rt-ndorcd with
thrilling pathos, ns il ns n coir rast to the lugu-
brious, Mr. White gavo us " Kitty Creagh" in
a stylo of rich and racy humour that called down
rapturous npplntiso. Two bravuras, tho ono mi
adaptation of a well-known air " Tu Vctlral,"
?-om ono ol' Iiosslui's older opcrns, and tho other
from Bellini's I'iratn, woco given with n. brilli-
ancy of execution, a purity oí intonation, mid a
chasteness of fioritura, that we havo novcr heard
put of London. Mr. White's song " Lord Do-
nald," wits a very pnltiablo hit, and tvns very
emphatically encored. Tho success of tho enter-
tainment uns Hitch enhanced by tho exquisito
vms givou with that gentleman's, accustomed
tostó and fooling. Tho millioned was numortns
mid respectable. Wo rogret lo learn that Mr
White's stny among us is limited, ho Inn i np, wo
believe, accepted un engagement at Melbourne,
which, by the way, tooms just now to bo absorb-
ing all tho dramatic, tntislonl talent that wo eau
coiumiiud.
ment at the School of Arts. The selection of
airs was of a very high and recherche character,
in fact, almost cloying from its richness, but the
lent a fresh charm even to Moore's gorgeous me-
lodies, and relieved what might in inferior hand
have proved an oppressive satiety. The charm-
ing air "Kathleen O'More" was rendered with
thrilling pathos, and as a contrast to the lugu-
brious, Mr. White gave us " Kitty Creagh" in
a style of rich and racy humour that called down
rapturous applause. Two bravuras, the one an
adaptation of a well-known air "Tu Vedrai,"
from one of Rossini's older operas, and the other
from Bellini's Pirata, were given with a brilli-
ancy of execution, a purity oí intonation, and a
chasteness of fioritura, that we have never heard
out of London. Mr. White's song "Lord Do-
nald," was a very palpable hit, and was very
emphatically encored. The success of the enter-
tainment was much enhanced by the exquisite
was given with that gentleman's accustomed
taste and feeling. The audience was numerous
and respectable. We regret to learn that Mr.
White's stay among us is limited, he having, we
believe, accepted an engagement at Melbourne,
which, by the way, seems just now to be absorb-
ing all the dramatic musical talent that we can
command.

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