The second fugue in the Leipziger manuscript with signature Becker II.2.51 without a named composer, that is nevertheless probably composed by Saxer, is a fugue in C major. It consists of three expositions. In ieach of these expositions the fugue theme is played 6 times in a row. The three expositions are joined by two short episodes. Like in the fugue in F major, does not venture outside the tonic and the dominant. It is nevertheless a lively fugue, too short to become boring.
Just one more Prelude and Fugue to go and the series of Saxer's music is complete.
Score available here: http://partitura.org/index.php/georg-wilhelm-saxer-fuge-c-dur