190 years ago today - Sep 11, 1833

A council meets in Kirtland to consider the expediency of a press there and proposes that the paper be called the Latter Day Saint Messenger and Advocate. The Star will also be transferred to Kirtland, with Oliver Cowdery as editor. A council is held in Jackson County, Missouri. Bishop Partridge is acknowledged as head of the Church in Zion, and ten high priests are chosen to preside over the ten branches there.

W. W. Phelps sings a song about the tribulations of the Nephites in tongues and Lyman Wight interprets the tongues.

[Conkling, Christopher J., Joseph Smith Chronology]

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