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Issue Details: First known date: 1868... no. 5049 25 January 1868 of The Empire est. 1850 The Empire
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* Contents derived from the 1868 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
An American in Oxford, single work prose travel (p. 2)
Prince of Wales Opera House, single work column

A short report on the performance of Harlequin, Jack the Giant Killer, and, The Little Middies of the Galatea at the Prince of Wales Opera House on 24 January 1868, and on the news of George Coppin's upcoming farewell performances (due to the termination of his lease) at the same venue.

(p. 4)
Miss Aitken's Good-Bye to Sydney, single work column

A column noting the farewell performances of Miss Aitken and Mr T. P. Hill, with assistance from Miss James, Mr Horsley and Mr Jackson, to be held at the Masonic Hall.

(p. 4) Section:
Dramatic Performance at the University, single work review
— Review of Monsieur de Pourceaugnac Moliere , 1669 single work drama ; Phormio Terence , 161 BCE single work drama ;

Review of Phormio of Terence (in Latin) and Molière's Monsieur de Pourceaugnac (in French), performed at the Hall of the University of Sydney 'in the presence of his Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh, the Earl and Countess of Belmore, the members of the Senate, the Professors and Officers of the University, and several officers of the Army and Navy, and a fashionable assembly of about four hundred people'.

(p. 4)
"Now the Prince has arrived and put foot on our land," Phillip M'Carroll, Pitt Streeti"When the Prince shall arrive and put foot on our land,", single work poetry (p. 8)
John Sands, Bookseller and Stationer, single work advertisement (p. 8)

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