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turn of Hon. George M. Dallas--Debate in the English House of Lords on the blockade. The steamer America with dates to the 19th arrived at Halifax on the 30th of May, from Liverpool. The America has over $1,000,000 in specie. Hon. Geo. Mr. Dallas, late U. S. Minister to England, is a passenger. The steamer City of Washington had arrived out. The Hibernian had put back to Liverpool, with damaged machinery. The North Briton took her place, sailing on the 18th. The Galway contract has been annulled, but the boat will continue to run. Mr. Adams, the new Ambassador, had been presented at Court. In the House of Lords the Earl of Elleuborough asked the Government whether the term "lawful blockade," in the proclamation, was to be interpreted literally or with qualifications, as according to the strict meaning of the Paris agreement, it was impossible to maintain an effective blockade. He complained of the vagueness of the proclamation in respect to art