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The loss of the steamer Loler --Further Particulars.--The loss of the Spanish steamer Loler, bound from Havana for Mobile, and the drowning of forty-two persons, has been noticed. Among the lost was Col. Sharp, of Gen. Buckner's staff, who was on special duty. Her cargo consisted of 2,000 stands of arms, 127 barrels of potash, and wines, brandies, cigars, and $50,000 worth of powder. The following is the statement of one of the men who survived: The gale commenced on Tuesday, the 26th of May, wind blowing heavy from the S. E., distant about 45 miles from Mobile Point. The gale increasing, the ship began to leak, and found it necessary to lighten ship. About 2 P. M. commenced to throw over cargo to lighten ship, and threw nearly all the cargo overboard. About 8 P. M. steam pipe bursted, and the ship fell off in the trough of the sea and began to break up. The ship broke in two just abaft the paddle-wheels. The boats were swamped in lowering them, and all in the bo