The report in the Pressburger Zeitung reproduces the first sentence of the obituary in the Wiener Zeitung on 7 Dec (Dokumente, 369). A similar but not identical report appeared in the Leipziger Zeitungen (Woodfield 2012, 178).
The report in the Erlanger gelehrte Zeitungen is notable for its heartfelt tone, with Mozart compared to a plant which matures early and withers early but achieves immortality through the "fruits of its spirit". The age given is slightly incorrect; Mozart was 35 at his death.
Der Anzeiger: ein Tagblatt zum Behuf der Justiz, der Polizey und aller bürgerlicher Gewerbe was a short-lived newspaper published in Gotha (1791–93). There appears to be no direct model for the phrasing of its report.
The report in the Gothaische gelehrte Zeitungen, although again incorrect on Mozart’s age, is interesting for its characterisation of Mozart as “perhaps the leading composer since (the death of) Gluck”. Mozart differed from Gluck in having a reputation as both performer and composer, but the widespread but erroneous view that Mozart was Gluck’s successor at the imperial court may have encouraged these kind of judgements about Mozart as the new torchbearer for German music (see 22 Dec 1787).