From the 16 June 1862 issue of The New York Times.

The Wife of Gen. Lee Released—A few more Rebel Compliments—Letters.

CAMP ON GAINES’ HILL, NEAR NEW-BRIDGE, VA.,
Wednesday, June 11, 1862.

MRS. LEE.

The wife of Gen. ROBERT E. LEE, who has been for some time under guard in the house where she was found upon the arrival of our troops, in the neighborhood of Hanover, has been at last released, and sent over the lines to reform her husband. She has been closely confined, and no communication has been allowed with her or her family. She was placed in charge of a guard of cavalry, and in a close carriage, with her two daughters, crossed our lines near Meadow’s Bridge. She is now safe in the rebel capital. We may soon follow her.