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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,711
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,427
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,207
...
1241 Robynnoffer 30,615
1242 Maureen 30,553
1243 pdafmill 30,546
1244 robertalkem 30,541
1245 pambalam 30,512
1246 essjay53 30,484

30,541 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2,755
September 2019 4,401
August 2019 3,810
July 2019 3,773
June 2019 3,241
May 2019 5,877
April 2019 5,974
March 2019 710

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,783,509
2 noelwoodhouse 3,897,575
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,272,406
5 Rhonda.M 3,095,194
...
1237 Robynnoffer 30,615
1238 Maureen 30,549
1239 jrourke 30,541
1240 robertalkem 30,541
1241 pdafmill 30,532
1242 pambalam 30,495

30,541 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

October 2019 2,755
September 2019 4,401
August 2019 3,810
July 2019 3,773
June 2019 3,241
May 2019 5,877
April 2019 5,974
March 2019 710

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TASMANIA. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:38 TASMANIA. - ? :
'- we have papers from Tasmania to the 8tli
6th, 'when Sir William Denison delivered tlie
.? . following speech: —
Mr. Speatceii and Gentlemen, —
I -have received from tlie Secretary of State an
? intimation that her Mujestv has been pleased to
? dispense with my further services in this colony,
. South Wales.
I therefore, in : 11 probability, address you now
salary which you have allotted to the Lieutenant
? i have provided for the maintenance of his estab
1 thank j'ou also for the readiness with which
you granted an addition to the salaries of ; the
public officers. I trust, however, that the circum
. stances which hove rendered these additions
cconomy, and I have every reason to hope that-,'
although the Revenue has fallen off latterly,' it'1
I liave had great pleasure in assenting, in her
which is becoming daily of more essential im
The act by which an important alteration lias
of this Colony has been reserved by me. for; the;
the provisions of the Act of. Parliament under tlie
authority of which you are nowhere assembled.,
It will bo a source of great gratification to me
lo forward to the Secretary of State, and to re
commend for approval, an Act by whicli the
Legislature of this colony is constituted accordin''
to be best calculated to secure a calm and deli
berative^ consideration of all legal enactments,
and which, in addition, tends to promoto that
liarmouious co-operation between the Legislature
. ( I have every hope that speedy effect will be
given to' the provisions of. this enactment, and
'..parsed in the course of tiie next session of the
Imperial Parliament.'
.1 regret that I havo been compelled to refuse
. my assent to the bill incorporating the inhabitants
of the town of Lauuceslon. The reasons, however,
: which induced me to adopt this course have been
fully detailed in my Message which' accompsnicd
' the Bill. ' ? 1
' important nature of the business which lias
- expect to appear among you, I have to assure
you of tho deep interest with which I shall
ever regard this colony, and that it is my ear
nest prayer that the blessings of Divine Provi
'/ dence may rest upon your labours and prosper,
... youiv deliberations, to the welfare of the com
munity wliose interests are entrusted to your
The Council will stand prorogued to Tues
day,' the 7th day of March next.
, G-overnment House, Hobart Town,
We have papers from Tasmania to the 8th
6th,when Sir William Denison delivered the
following speech: —
Mr. Speaker and Gentlemen, —
I have received from the Secretary of State an
intimation that her Majesty has been pleased to
dispense with my further services in this colony,
South Wales.
I therefore, in all probability, address you now
salary which you have allotted to the Lieutenant-
have provided for the maintenance of his estab-
I thank you also for the readiness with which
you granted an addition to the salaries of the
public officers. I trust, however, that the circum-
stances which have rendered these additions
economy, and I have every reason to hope that,
although the Revenue has fallen off latterly, it
I have had great pleasure in assenting, in her
which is becoming daily of more essential im-
The act by which an important alteration has
of this Colony has been reserved by me for the
the provisions of the Act of Parliament under the
authority of which you are now here assembled.,
It will be a source of great gratification to me
to forward to the Secretary of State, and to re-
commend for approval, an Act by which the
Legislature of this colony is constituted according
to be best calculated to secure a calm and deli-
berative consideration of all legal enactments,
and which, in addition, tends to promote that
harmonious co-operation between the Legislature
I have every hope that speedy effect will be
given to the provisions of. this enactment, and
passed in the course of the next session of the
i regret that I have been compelled to refuse
my assent to the bill incorporating the inhabitants
of the town of Launceston. The reasons, however,
which induced me to adopt this course have been
fully detailed in my Message which accompanied
the Bill.
important nature of the business which has
expect to appear among you, I have to assure
you of the deep interest with which I shall
ever regard this colony, and that it is my ear-
nest prayer that the blessings of Divine Provi-
dence may rest upon your labours and prosper
.your deliberations, to the welfare of the com-
munity whose interests are entrusted to your
The Council will stand prorogued to Tues-
day, the 7th day of March next.
Government House, Hobart Town,
MILITARY AND NAVAL OPERATIONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:19 be littlo doubt that the issue will be such as to
be little doubt that the issue will be such as to
MILITARY AND NAVAL OPERATIONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:18 tlie offensive vigorously in Bessarabia, and
the offensive vigorously in Bessarabia, and
MILITARY AND NAVAL OPERATIONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:17 Ministers, but their predecessors ; and one sec
the utmost that could be looked for. Whem a
at Boulogne shall have been transported to tho
fleets under their oiders. " The English public
Ministers, but their predecessors ; and one sec-
the utmost that could be looked for. When a
at Boulogne shall have been transported to the
fleets under their orders. " The English public
THE FRENCH ARMY OF THE EAST. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:09 " Soldiers have confidence in yqur General-in
farewell! " Napoleon. "
should be proceeded with Another letter from
" Soldiers have confidence in your General-in
farewell! " Napoleon. "
should be proceeded with Another letter from
THE FRENCH ARMY OF THE EAST. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:05 by you? Thus it is that our enemies, scat-
you? Thus it is that our enemies, scat-
THE FRENCH ARMY OF THE EAST. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 19:01 struggled with courage against death. A
Ho was exceedingly unwilling to depart
General Lespinasse, .with two battalions of
visited by tho French troops, had been com-
the Zouaves found tho skeletons of some chil- ..'j
struggled with courage against death. A
He was exceedingly unwilling to depart
General Lespinasse, with two battalions of
visited by the French troops, had been com-
the Zouaves found the skeletons of some chil- ..'j
THE NEW SQUATTING REGULATIONS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 15 December 1848 [Issue No.28] page 2 2019-10-17 17:53 notice of the 21st Nov.That a notice,
thought, or care, as to the coincidence of i
position or interests of the two Districts, '
wotd of command.
that has forked so well.
which it was never intended, |will be
any one at all acquainted 'with country
deserving of our colonists 1 It is a fitting
notice of the 21st Nov. That a notice,
thought, or care, as to the coincidence of
position or interests of the two Districts,
word of command.
that has worked so well.
which it was never intended, will be
any one at all acquainted with country
deserving of our colonists It is a fitting
THE NEW SQUATTING REGULATIONS. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 15 December 1848 [Issue No.28] page 2 2019-10-17 17:45 or sagacitv, to discover the grain of sense
verbiage, and ofhcial circumlocution
they seemed required, and with as much
1
'
, |
or sagacity, to discover the grain of sense
verbiage, and offcial circumlocution?
they seemed required, and with as much
MILITARY AND NAVAL OPERATIONS. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Monday 13 November 1854 [Issue No.23] page 6 2019-10-17 17:15 doubt that, by this time, they are in sight of
Ministers, but their predecessors ; and one sec-
at Boulogne shall have been transported to the
operation. Those who take upon them-
fleets under their orders. " The English public
the offensive vigorously in Bessarabia, and
doubt that, by this time, they are in sight ot
Ministers, but their predecessors ; and one sec
at Boulogne shall have been transported to tho
operation. Those who take upon them
fleets under their oiders. " The English public
tlie offensive vigorously in Bessarabia, and

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