Georg Christoph Silberschlag's report on his observations of the Transit of Venus of 1761, published exactly one week after the event in a supplement to a German newspaper. At the end he briefly mentions effects that he as well as an editorial comment identify as clear evidence for a Cytherean atmosphere. This is the first such report to appear in print, one month ahead of Lomonosov's in Russian; whether Silberschlag, Lomonosov or others at the time *really* saw Venus' atmosphere is currently under dispute.