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Kossuth's movements. --Kossuth has given up his English residence. He has resolved not to carry any farther his resistance in the Hungarian notes case. The transaction cost him £10,000, of which £8,000 represents the value of the beautifully engraved notes now to be reduced to pulp. Kossuth is very much depressed by the results of his recent effort, and indeed by the general fruits of his residence in London, and has taken a villa on Lake Como.
Kossuth's movements. --Kossuth has given up his English residence. He has resolved not to carry any farther his resistance in the Hungarian notes case. The transaction cost him £10,000, of which £8,000 represents the value of the beautifully engraved notes now to be reduced to pulp. Kossuth is very much depressed by the results of his recent effort, and indeed by the general fruits of his residence in London, and has taken a villa on Lake Como. Kossuth's movements. --Kossuth has given up his English residence. He has resolved not to carry any farther his resistance in the Hungarian notes case. The transaction cost him £10,000, of which £8,000 represents the value of the beautifully engraved notes now to be reduced to pulp. Kossuth is very much depressed by the results of his recent effort, and indeed by the general fruits of his residence in London, and has taken a villa on Lake Com