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[*] posted on 10-14-2015 at 06:44 AM
Bautzener Nachrichten


Thank you to Rob Wuchatsch from Australia who shared with us this link to the Bautzen News. Click below!

Bautzener Nachrichten

If you find other articles or classifieds that are not listed her please inform us via this forum and we will include your response.

For an explanation of most of the items listed below go to George's Journal in the Wend Blog.

Bautzener Nachrichten News Items
by Robert Wuchatsch


Bautzener Nachrichten 27 Mar 1830 re Kilian, p. 125.
Bautzener Nachrichten 27 Mar 1830 re Kilian, p. 126.
Bautzener Nachrichten 27 Mar 1830 re Kilian, p. 127.

Bautzener Nachrichten 27 Sep 1837 re Kilian, p. 425.

Bautzener Nachrichten 19 Jan 1839 re Kilian, p. 36.

Bautzener Nachrichten 26 Jun 1841 re Kilian, p. 360.
Bautzener Nachrichten 18 Dec 1841 re Kilian, p. 687.

Bautzener Nachrichten 7 May 1842 re Kilian, p. 264. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.
Bautzener Nachrichten 10 Dec 1842 re Kilian, p. 698. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.

Bautzener Nachrichten 7 Dec 1844 re Kilian, p.692. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.

Bautzener Nachrichten 29 Nov 1845 re Kilian, p. 768. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.
Bautzener Nachrichten 13 Dec 1845 re Kilian, p. 809.
Bautzener Nachrichten 20 Dec 1845 re Kilian, p. 830.

Bautzener Nachrichten 19 Dec 1846 re Kilian, p. 890.

Bautzener Nachrichten 5 Jun 1847 re Kilian, p. 420. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.

Bautzener Nachrichten 6 Sep 1854 re Report of Departure, p. 1002.


Classifieds


Bautzener Nachrichten 5 Mar 1851, p. 488 - re Johann Zwar.
Bautzener Nachrichten 6 Dec 1851, p. 1312 - re Obit of Johann Mörbe of Baruth.

Bautzener Nachrichten 5 Jun 1852, p. 605 - re Mörbe of Baruth.

Bautzener Nachrichten 4 Mar 1854, p. 240 - re Mörbe in Klix; Mörbe in Neudoerfel by Guttau.
Bautzener Nachrichten 11 March 1854, p. 264 - re Zieschank of Gross Saubernitz.
Bautzener Nachrichten 11 March 1854, p. 265 - re Mullermeister Lehmann of Dauban; Andreas Petrasch; Johann Schubert of Klitten; possible Born from Crosta by Milkel.
Bautzener Nachrichten 18 March 1854, p. 293 - re A. Pampel of Neudoerfel.
Bautzener Nachrichten 22 March 1854, p. 309 - re Johann Buchhorn of Weigersdorf.
Bautzener Nachrichten 8 April 1854, p. 375 - re M. Wagner of Halbendorf; Michael Kurio of Wurschen; and Zieschang of Seidau.
Bautzener Nachrichten 8 April 1854, p. 376 - re Vogel of Gutta.
Bautzener Nachrichten 29 April 1854, p. 462 - re Johann Pampel of Saerka.
Bautzener Nachrichten 10 Jun 1854, p. 637 - re Herbrig of Weissenberg.
Bautzener Nachrichten 15 Jun 1854, p. 660 - re Jacob Mörbe of Baruth.
Bautzener Nachrichten 17 Jun 1854, p. 671 - re Gross of Wuischke near Weissenberg.
Bautzener Nachrichten 17 Jun 1854, p. 672 - re Herbrig of Weissenberg.
Bautzener Nachrichten 19 Jun 1854, p. 678 - re Peter Zieschang of Drehsa.
Bautzener Nachrichten 21 Jun 1854, p. 684 - re August Förster of Zittau.
Bautzener Nachrichten 24 Jun 1854, p. 699 - re Gross of Wuischke near Weissenberg.
Bautzener Nachrichten 8 Jul 1854, p. 756-757 - re Peter Ernst Keiling of Seidau.


Farewells


Bautzener Nachrichten 31 Jul 1854, p. 848 – Carl Uoecker.
Bautzener Nachrichten 24 Aug 1854, p. 956 – A. Dutschman.
Bautzener Nachrichten 16 September 1854, p. 1044 - re Kilian Farewell. There is a problem with the SLUB digital images. See corresponding image below.
Bautzener Nachrichten 16 Jun 1855, p. 715- re Johann Mörbe of Guttau.
Bautzener Nachrichten 1 Nov 1855, p. 1286 - re Kapplers of Halbendorf at Hamburg.

Bautzener Nachrichten 1 Jul 1854, p. 727 'Für Auswanderer'

For Emigrants


Despite the many warnings to emigrants not to ship out from England but rather direct from German ports to America, there are still contracts made to travel from England through outside agents which are under contract with large local establishments. I will explain the differences between a direct German contract and an indirect contract made with an outside agent and traveling from England. Authorized German emigration-agents in Hamburg have to pay a fee of 10,000 Thaler banco, in Bremen 5,000 Thalers Gold and, by authority approved agents, have to pay a fee of up to 500 Thalers for the strict compliance of the rules set forth for the protection of the emigrant. The emigrants on German ships can talk to the captain and the sailors in the German language and the German ships sail, without any additional transfer costs, direct to their destination. It is completely different with the trip from England. All contracts completed in Germany are not valid in England; only the very inferior English passenger- contract is valid. In case of an accident the English law leaves it up to the captain of the ship to bring the passengers to their destination, or to reimburse the passage and drop them off. The emigrants and their luggage are transferred three times which will result in much damage, sometimes total loss of pieces and much loss of time. The significant amount more in cost by train from Hull to Liverpool and a long stopover in England have to be paid by the passenger, despite affirmations from the agent. To live together on English ships, often with very poor and unclean Irish people is also a big hardship and not very healthy. Besides the often unkind treatment the German emigrant will get often the worst food and sometimes not enough of it. When an outside agent, probably a Jew, here and in the vicinity travels around and offers the emigrant a passage from England to Texas for 48 Thalers per person, but with the costs in England and all other calamities included, the cost would easy come to 60 Thaler.

To validate those transactions there are also some of the official notifications here as follows:

In April, 27 ships with 5,233 emigrants were transported direct from Hamburg; the indirect route from Hull to Liverpool transported 4,022 German emigrants. From a parliamentary document we can see that in the last six months eleven emigration-ships leaving English ports were shipwrecked and 755 people lost their lives. All the screaming not to go out of Liverpool did not seem to help any because since March nearly 10,000 Germans arrived there despite of the high prices.

I am authorized by my agent-general in Bremen to transport whole groups of emigrants direct from Bremen to Texas in August, sailing on the best ships without any other costs during the trip, for 50 Thalers gold for adults, and children 1-10 years of age for 45 Thalers gold, children under one year are free. Any other news will be given by me.

Bautzen June 5, 1854
J. G. Niedsch
Royal Concession, emigration agent
Translated by Rose Emich


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Bautzener Nachrichten 7 May 1842 re Kilian, p. 264
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Bautzener Nachrichten 10 Dec 1842 re Kilian, p. 698.
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Bautzener Nachrichten 7 Dec 1844 re Kilian, p. 692.
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Bautzener Nachrichten 29 Nov 1845 re Kilian, p. 768.
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Bautzener Nachrichten 5 Jun 1847 re Kilian, p. 420.
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Bautzener Nachrichten 16 September 1854, p. 1044
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