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Issue Details: First known date: 1868... no. 5053 30 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.
The Australian Library, single work advertisement

An advertisement for the annual general meeting of the Australian Library and Literary Institution.

(p. 1)
Prince of Wales Opera House : The Captain of the Watch, &c., single work advertisement (p. 1)
Phillip M'Carroll, Pitt-Streeti"What a splendid success was our public demonstration", single work poetry (p. 1)
Untitled, single work column

The Empire's editorial writer comments on the recent production by the University of Sydney of plays by Terence and Moliere. While the writer admits there are advantages to the presentation of plays in Latin and French, [he] is ‘decidedly of the opinion that English dramas should not be excluded from the University play bills. Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, and Beaumont and Fletcher should take their place with Terence and Moliere, and the public might thus be much entertained on the one hand as the the students would be improved on the other.'

(p. 2)
Prince of Wales Opera House : Benefit of Mr. G. H. Rogers, single work column

A column on the benefit performance for comic actor G. H. Rogers at the Prince of Wales Opera House.

(p. 2)
Lord Lytton at Mr. Dickens's Dinner, single work column

A correspondent from the Birmingham Post provides an 'uncomplimentary description' of Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton's address on the occasion of a farewell dinner for Charles Dickens prior to the latter's departure for a US tour.

(p. 4)
The Late Libel Action, single work correspondence

Correspondence in support of Richard Stevenson, signed by ‘over five hundred persons, all resident with the police district of Grafton, and on analysis of the signatures is herewith appended, viz. four clergymen, three hundred and fifty-three freeholders, fifty-four leaseholders and forty-one mechanics, labourers, etc.’

(p. 4)

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