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Revolutionary funds cut off.

--A London letter, dated the 28th ult., says:

‘ Yesterday an injunction was granted against persons engaged in London lithographing notes of the Kingdom of Hungary, purporting to be seized by Louis Kossuth, bearing the arms of the Kingdom of Hungary. It is said that the issue contemplated was 150,000,000 florins; that 3,000 persons have been engaged in the manufacture, and that the notes were all printed and on the eve of delivery. The Austrian Government called upon the British Foreign Office to interfere, but Lord John Russell declined, and an application was then made to one of the City Courts.

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