From Fortress Monroe.
Quiet with Gen. Butler.
FORTRESS MONROE, June 9 .—A steamer from Bermuda Hundred reports, all quiet with Butler’s forces, with the exception of a little firing in the direction of Petersburg this morning.
There is no intelligence from Grant’s army. No firing has been heard in that direction for two days.1
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- “From Fortress Monroe.” Boston Daily Advertiser (Boston, MA), June 11, 1864, p. 1, col. 4 ↩