Fifth Column Back In 1851 Hinted At Suggested in Letter Penned By Louis Kossuth. PITTSBURGH. The presence of filth columnists 90 years ago is hinted hint-ed in a letter written by Louis Kossuth, Kos-suth, Hungarian patriot of the last century. The letter has been willed to the University of Pittsburgh. It was written on September 27, 1851, aboard the United States battleship bat-tleship Mississippi at Marseille, France. In it Kossuth described a trip to England and America to win sympathy for his unsuccessful fight for Hungary's liberation, and expressed ex-pressed confidence the traitors from within would be overcome. , "When the day arrives on which we shall break the yoke of tyrants forever the nation shall not be afraid that ambitious traitors will be able to frustrate our historic struggles," the Hungarian patriot wrote. He wrote the letter just after he had been rescued from a Turkish prison by a United States gunboat that steamed through the Dardanelles Darda-nelles and demanded his release. "I was prevented temporarily by force from the execution of my gubernatorial gu-bernatorial powers, but the legality of the source from which this office has its origin cannot be weakened," Kossuth wrote in support of his theory the-ory of "government in exile," prevalent prev-alent today among nations that have been conquered by Germany. "I will continue to exercise the rights of my office until I am definitely defi-nitely convinced that the nation is in a position to determine her future fu-ture herself." The letter will be presented officially offi-cially to the university early next year during a nation-wide celebration celebra-tion of the ninetieth anniversary of Kossuth's visit to America.