The name of the recipient of this letter was not released.

5 Tammuz, 5711

I was happy to have received your letter of the first day of Rosh Chodesh Tammuz in which you inform me that your oldest daughter, Ms. …, will soon become engaged to her future partner. May the engagement be in a good and auspicious hour both materially and spiritually. You will surely not make a long interruption between the engagement and the wedding — may it also be in a good and auspicious hour — so that you will share good news regarding this as well.

According to your letter, the prospective bridegroom is from a family that descends from [the Jewish community of] Poland. Certainly, you will be able to find the appropriate ways to draw him close and lead him to the luminary of the Torah,1 the teachings of Chassidus, and conduct in the ways of chassidim. May you derive Yiddishe nachas and chassidishe nachas from them, from your other children, and from all the members of your household.

Please share greetings with all the members of the chassidic fellowship. To conclude on the same theme as that with which I opened: With blessings of Mazel tov! Mazel tov!