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The loss of the Donna Isabel. --The Brazilian war corvette. Donna Isabel, which was lost on her way from Marseilles to Lisbon, was recently at New York, and while there her crew and commander attracted much attention by their bravery in extingg his capital, the Donna Isabel took on board the sister of the Emperor Don Pedro and her children, and carried them to Marseilles. While in this latter port her crew had another opportunity of displaying their gallantry, which is not generally shownger of going to pieces; and although boats were sent to her assistance from the French and Spanish men-of-war lying at Marseilles, yet it was due to the activity and courage of the officers and crew of the Donna Isabel that the steamer was rescued from her dangerous position. On her passage from Marseilles to Lisbon, being bound to Rio Janeiro, the Donna Isabel met with her unhappy fate, adding one more to the numerous disasters annually recorded in those stormy seas. Of her crew, which