A Demonstration on Petersburg.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 9 .—The steamer John A. Warner, Captain [probably Jonathan] Cone1, from Bermuda Hundred, has arrived. All was quiet at that place, but there has been a movement in the direction of Petersburg, and some firing was heard from that direction. Result not known.2
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- SOPO Editor’s Note: I found an image of what I believe is the mentioned John A. Warner as it looked post war in a book called Bristol published by Arcadia Publishing. A Captain Jonathan Cone built the John A. Warner, and was almost certainly the same Captain Warner mentioned in this article. ↩
- “A Demonstration on Petersburg.” The Sun (Baltimore, MD), June 11, 1864, p. 1, col. 5 ↩