Oberkonsistorium Gotha: Letter 1855 An Students; Zinkelnagel's Ches Scholarship


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Oberkonsistorium Gotha: Letter 1855 An Students; Zinkelnagel's Ches Scholarship The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
You are bidding on one Prephila letter from 1855 the end Gotha.
The Herzoglich-Saxon Oberkonistorium turns to the theology student Carl Arthur Kirchner in Leipzig and informs him that he hasZinkernagel scholarship is awarded for three years.
DatedGotha, December 12th March 1855.
Signedfrom the Senior Consistorial CouncilorJohann Friedrich Freytag
1781-1860).
About the student: Carl Arthur Kirchner (* 19th January 1836 in Delmschütz; † 12. January 1929 in Dresden) attended the Nikolaischule Leipzig from 1847 and the University of Leipzig from 1855. After ordination in 1864, he took over the 3. Position (deacon) in Wurzen and from 1872 until retirement in 1904Pastor in Nischwitz.
About the scholarship:"Johann Christian Zinkernagel, go. Assistant Councilor to Gotha, donated (4. January 1740) a grant of 40 Rthlr. From the original fund of 1000 Rthlr. are by comparison from 25. March 1754 the orphanage 200 Rthr. been left. Relatives from the Zinkernagel and Gotter families receive part of the scholarship if they leave the university or according to a ducal rescript dated 6. February 1828 attend a forest academy. The interest is now 34 Rthlr. Collator: Oberconsistorium zu Gotha. "(Source: August Beck: Geschichte der Stadt Gotha, Gotha 1870, p. 535).
Scope: two text pages, one blank page, one address page (33 x 20.3 cm).
Format (folded): 16.7 x 8.3 cm.
Run as a stately official matter; with postmark Gotha, 17. March.
Condition: Paper browned and badly stained; with tears in the fold (on the second sheet with the address side solid). B.please note also the pictures!
Internal note: KRSt 210414
About the senior consistorial council, cf. the work: "Johann Friedrich Freitag, born on 4. July 1781, died on 18. April 1860. A characteristic of his nature and work, dedicated to his relatives, friends and admirers by Friedrich Henneberg ", Gotha 1860. About the student: Carl Arthur Kirchner (* 19th January 1836 in Delmschütz; † 12. January 1929 in Dresden) attended the Nikolaischule Leipzig from 1847 and the University of Leipzig from 1855. After ordination in 1864, he took over the 3. Position (deacon) in Wurzen and from 1872 until retirement in 1904 Pastor in Nischwitz. About the scholarship:"Johann Christian Zinkernagel, go. Assistant Councilor to Gotha, donated (4. January 1740) a grant of 40 Rthlr. From the original fund of 1000 Rthlr. are by comparison from 25. March 1754 the orphanage 200 Rthr. been left. Relatives from the Zinkernagel and Gotter families receive part of the scholarship if they leave the university or according to a ducal rescript dated 6. February 1828 attend a forest academy. The interest is now 34 Rthlr. Colla Erscheinungsort Gotha Material Papier Sprache Deutsch Autor Johann Friedrich Freytag Original/Faksimile Original Genre Recht Eigenschaften Erstausgabe Eigenschaften Signiert Erscheinungsjahr 1855 Produktart Handgeschriebenes Manuskript

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