The first periodical publication in German, published by a native of Breslau, who signs as editor, publisher and owner. The publication is printed by Jacques Lamort from 7 April 1821.
The merit of this publication for posterity is that it reflects the complex linguistic situation in Luxembourg at the time, with a mixture of German, French and Lëtzebuergesch (Gespräche über das Luxemburger Wochenblatt of 14 April 1821). The texts in Luxemburgish and German are printed in Fracture type, those in French in Antiqua type. The first text "in Luxembourg dialect" dates from 10 December 1825 and is entitled Les derniers vœux d'un ivrogne (The last wishes of a drunkard).
Faced with competition from the Journal de la Ville et du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, published by Mathieu-Lambert Schrobiltgen (1789-1883) and also printed by Lamort, the last issue appeared on 8 July 1826.