190 years ago today - Jan 14, 1833

A conference is held in the Kirtland Mills (Kirtland, Ohio). Orson Hyde and Hyrum Smith are appointed to write a letter to Zion (Missouri) telling the people not to complain against Joseph, to repent, that they are loved by the Kirtland Saints, and that the School of the Prophets will commence in two or three days. Joseph writes to W. W. Phelps in Independence, sending him D&C 88, the "Olive Leaf," and telling him to make the Star more interesting: "For if you do not render it more interesting than at present, it will fall, and the Church suffer a great loss thereby."

[Conkling, Christopher J., Joseph Smith Chronology]

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