Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

Work in Progress: Please give me any missing info or corrections!
Updating Spring 2017

Periodicals

An attempted classification of the main series of Brethren Periodicals.


A vast number of periodicals were issued by all the different sections of the Brethren through their respective publishers. Classifying these is not an easy task as they can be grouped by section, editor, date, type (gospel, ministry), target audience (adult, children, young peoples, newly converted, etc.). Here I will just look at the most populat series, and those I have personal interest in collecting.

There is an ongoing project to make PDF scans of periodicals available online. These are hosted and viewable on a website; http://www.cw-archive.org/en. We still occasionally stumble accross a series we knew nothing about before, and also list here some series that are known of, but we have no volumes to scan yet!


  • Early

    • The Christian Witness: chiefly on subjects connected with the present state of the church.
      1. 1834 to 1841
      2. Edited by:  Henry Borlase and after his death in 1835 by J.L. Harrris
      3. Published by:  J.B. Rowe
      4. Volumes 1 (1834) , 2 (1835) , 3 (1836) , 4 (1837) , 5 (1838) , 6 (1839) , 7 (1840) , 8 (1841) are available here .
    • The Inquirer
      1. 1838 to 1840
      2. Edited by:  John Eliot Howard
      3. Published by:  Central Tract Depot
      4. "The Inquirer was primarily addressed to uncertain members of the Society of Friends encouraging them to leave the Quakers and to observe the sacraments of baptism and the Lord’s Supper in the manner of the Brethren." (Stunt)
      5. Volumes 1 (1838) , 2 (1839) , 3 (1840) are available.
    • Precious Truth
      1. 1841 to 1841
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: Clulow and Soltau, Plymouth
      4. A one off volume; there was an exercise to revive it, which didn't seem to materialise, save one issue in larger format.
      5. Volumes 1 (1841) are available.
    • The Christian Annotator; or, Notes and Queries on Scriptural subjects
      1. 1854 to 1857
      2. Edited by:  Mr. L. H. J. Tonna
      3. Not a Brethren periodical exactly but there were many contributions by William Kelly and Samuel P. Tregelles.
        "A medium of intercommunication between Christians on points of Biblical Criticism, Theological Science, Christian History, Biography, and Antiquarian research. This work is of the same size and general appearance as our old friend. Notes and (Queries, of which it is in fact an alter ego in a religioo domain. The first volume, in 374 pages,' contains twenty-eight numbers published in the course of 1854. The second volume, in 416 pages, contains thirty -one numbers published in the course of 1855. The third volume also comprises thirty-one numbers, extends to 518 pages, and appeared in 1856. A portion of vol. iv. is appended, containing the seven numbers which came out in 1857, and abruptly terminated the series in consequence of the unlooked-for decease of the excellent editor, Mr. L. H. J. Tonna." From: http://archive.org/stream/journalsacredli10cowpgoog/journalsacredli10cowpgoog_djvu.txt
        There are no scans of this periodical available, however William Kelly's contributions can be read on STEM Publishing website.
    • The Christian Brethren's Journal and Investigator
      1. 1840s? to 1840s?
      2. Edited by:  William Trotter
      3. Published by\in: W. Strange
      4. Henry Pickering in "Chief Men Among the Brethren" writes of Trotter; "He also edited for a few years a little paper, "The Christian Brethren's Journal and Investigator" giving an account of the activities of the "little companies of earnest people who began to meet in the early part of the nineteenth century .... the inception of the movement arising from a new illumination of the Personality of Jesus Christ, and of the essential unity of all who believe in Him"."
        "The Bible Monthly" 16 (1936), page 13 etc. has an extract dated February, 1843. It is there found in an article entitled 'The Present Aspect of the Religious World,' which is signed by W. Trotter, the Editor.
    • Simple Testimony for the Comfort and Profit of the Children of God
      1. 1845 to 1853
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  Central Tract Depot J.K. Campbell
      4. "Published chiefly from papers sent from Demerara, and with a view to circulation among brethren in the Lord in that land"
        Small format, about equal in size to the original "Girdle of Truth". Contains valuable material not duplicated elsewhere, including pre-conflict stuff from Plymouth (1830s). Leonard Strong features largely.
      5. Volumes 1 (1845) , 2 (1846) , 3 (1853) are available.
    • Food for Christ's Flock
      1. 1850 to 1854
      2. Edited by:  William Coleman Boardman and possibly the latter issues in vol 2 by Albert Midlane
      3. Published by:  J.K. Campbell
      4. Just 2 volumes published; the editor in later years left Brethren and went off doctrinally, embracing "non-eternity' views.
      5. Volumes 1 (1850) , 2 (1854) are available here .
  • Exclusive Section

    • The Prospect
      1. 1848 to 1850
      2. Edited by:  William Kelly
      3. Published by\in: S.Barbet, Guernsey
      4. Periodical that ran for 2 years focusing on prophetical matters; forerunner to the Bible Treasury.
        No Volumes are available online.
    • The Present Testimony, and Original Christian Witness Revived
      1. 1849 to 1867
      2. Edited by:  G.V. Wigram
      3. Seen as a continuation of The Christian Witness.
      4. Volumes 1 (1849) , 2 (1850) , 3 (1851) , 4 (1852) , 5 (1853) , 6 (1854) , 7 (1855) , 8 (1856) , 9 (1857) , 10 (1859) , 11 (1860) , 12 (1861) , 13 (1863) , 14 (1865) , 15 (1867) , NS 1 (1867-68) , NS 2 (1869-70) , NS 3 (1871-81) are available here .
      5. A text version is available here.
    • Words of Truth for the Saints of God
      1. 1848? to 1853
      2. Edited by:  Frederick Naylor
      3. Published by:  Central Tract Depot
      4. [Little is known of Mr Naylor, however he lived 1811 - 1882 and died aged 71 and was buried on 27th December 1882 at Abney Park Cemetery, though his gravestone was sadly no longer there.]
        Preface says: "The little papers composing it, are, for the most part, the substance of lectures on truth by different brethren; several have been revised, some re-written by themselves, whilst others are published without such re¬ vision, and with the addition, where it was deemed needful, of connecting thoughts. The responsibility the Editor feels his own: his earnest desire in compiling the volume, has been so to present important points of truth in a plain and simple way, as to minister to the comfort, edification, and instruction of the saints of God."
      5. Volumes 1 (?) , 2 (1848) , 3 (?) , 4 (?) , 5 (1850) , 6 (1853) are available here .
    • The Girdle of Truth
      1. 1856 to 1866
      2. Edited by:  W.H. Dorman
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. WHD left the Exclusive Brethren in 1866 and I assume that to have been the cause of this periodical finishing. In the last volume he writes "The Editor has seen reason, the grounds of which it is not important here to state, for discontinuing the publication of the present work. If it should he resumed in another form, due notice will be given. "
      5. Volumes 1 (1856) , 2 (1857) , 3 (1858) , 4 (1859) , 5 (1860) , 6 (1862) , 7 (1863) , 8 (1864) , 9 (1865) , 10 (1866) are available here .
      6. A text version is available here.
    • Bible Subjects for the Household of Faith
      1. 1863 to 1866
      2. Edited by:  Thomas Newberry
      3. Mr Newberry left the Exclusive Brethren in 1866 which I assume led to the termination of this periodical. Text version of this periodical is available also, http://bibletruthpublishers.com/bible-subjects-for-the-household-of-faith/lpvl22209
      4. Volumes 1 (1863) , 1 (1864) , 3 (1865) , 4 (1866) are available here .
      5. A text version is available here.
    • Crumbs for the Lord's Little Ones
      1. 1853 to 1857?
      2. Edited by:  H.H. Snell
      3. Published by:  J.K. Campbell
      4. Volumes 1-5 (1853-1857) are available.
    • The Evangelist
      1. 1858 to 1873
      2. Edited by:  Hugh Henry Snell
      3. Published by:  William Yapp W.H. Broom
      4. Seems it restarted in 1867 with the addition on the title; "Adapted for General Circulation".
      5. Volumes 1st Series (1858-1863) , New Series (1864-1866) , NS 1 (1867) , NS 2 (1868) , NS 3 (1869) , NS 4 (1870) , NS 5 (1871) are available.
      6. I have volume NS 7 but it is not scanned yet; would be good to get volume NS 6 to complete the set.
    • The Spiritual Watchman
      1. 1865 to 1866
      2. Edited by:  W.T. Turpin
      3. Published by\in: Scott & Allan, Glasgow
      4. W.T..T.'s editorship did not last long and the circumstances around that ending can be read on the page for WTT under People. Possibly this was also a reason for it then being succeeded by Words of Truth; a note in the preface says "The New Volume, just being issued monthly, as heretofore, is now published under a new name, viz, "Words Of Truth;" and in deference to the wishes of many friends, it has been thought desirable to alter the size to one much smaller and more convenient."
      5. Volumes 1 (1885-6) are available here .
    • Words of Truth
      1. 1867 to 1876
      2. Edited by:  F.G. Patterson
      3. Volumes 1 (1867) , 2 (1868) , 3 (?) , 4 (1869) , 5 (1870) , 6 (1871) , 7 (1872) , 8 (1873) , NS 1 (1874) , NS 2 (1875) , NS 3 (1876) are available here .
      4. A text version is available here.
    • The Bible Herald: For the Edification of Believers, and the Spread of Gospel Truth
      1. 1876 to 1883
      2. Edited by:  William Reid
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. The two New Series volumes were published after William Reid's death in 1881. Before joining the Brethren, he edited a magazine called The British Herald, which was issued between 1864 and 1875 and edited the British Evangelist from 1869 onwards with W. P. Mackay
      5. Volumes 1 (1876) , 2 (1877) , 3 (1878) , 4 (1879) , 5 (1880) , 6 (1881) , NS1 (1882) , NS 2 (1883) are available here .
      6. A text version is available here.
    • Bible Witness and Review
      1. 1877 to 1881
      2. Edited by:  William Reid
      3. Volumes 1 (1877) , 2 (1878) , 3 (1881) are available here .
      4. A text version is available here.
    • Things New and Old
      1. 1858 to 1890
      2. Edited by:  C.H. Mackintosh with support from Andrew Miller, and from around 1880 by Charles Stanley
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Charles Stanley's death in 1890 seems to have been the cause of the termination of this periodical. It was succeeded by "Help in Things Concerning Himself". A notice at the end of the last volume of TN&O says, "After this Number the title of this Magazine will be altered to "Things concerning Himself"" TN&O was the most widely circulated of all the Brethren periodicals reaching an audience beyond the assemblies and second-hand volumes are easily found today.
      5. Volumes 1 (1858) , 2 (1859) , 3 (1860) , 4 (1861) , 5 (1862) , 6 (1863) , 7 (1864) , 8 (1865) , 9 (1866) , 10 (1867) , 11 (1868) , 12 (1869) , 13 (1870) , 14 (1871) , 15 (1872) , 16 (1873) , 17 (1874) , 18 (1875) , 19 (1876) , 20 (1877) , 21 (1878) , 22 (1879) , 23 (1880) , 24 (1881) , 25 (1882) , 26 (1883) , 27 (1884) , 28 (1885) , 29 (1886) , 30 (1887) , 31 (1888) , 32 (1889) , 33 (1890) are available here .
      6. A text version is also available here.
    • Helps in Things Concerning Himself
      1. 1891 to 1895
      2. Edited by:  W.T. Turpin
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. WTT left the Brethren around 1895 which seems to explain the termination of the periodical.
      5. Volumes 1 (1891) , 2 (1892) , 3 (1893) , 4 (1894) , 5 (1895) are available here .
    • The Sunday-School Worker
      1. 1873 to 1878
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Began as an idea in TN&O Vol 15 and started the next year.
        [30. "Ζ. Α. Β.," London. It is remarkable that two of our correspondents, for this month, have called our attention to the same subject, namely, a periodical devoted mainly, if not exclusively, to Sunday school work. We cannot but look upon such a thing as a desideratum—a positive want, at this moment, and we should heartily rejoice to see such a work undertaken by a competent hand. It would, we doubt not, be immensely useful. Sunday school workers could, through such a medium, communicate with one another. Questions might be asked and answered; interesting cases might be recorded; scenes from real life presented; actual experiences given; hints and suggestions furnished as to the best method of teaching the dear children. In short, in a thousand ways, a Magazine of this kind would, we believe, prove most helpful, interesting, and instructive to thousands engaged in this most blessed field of christian labor. As to a title, we should suggest the following, " The Sunday School Worker. A magazine designed for the help and encouragement of all who are engaged in this branch of christian service."]
      5. Volumes 1 (1873) , 2 (1874) , 3 (1875) , 4 (1876) , 5 (1877) , 6 (1878) are available.
    • The Christian's Friend and Instructor
      1. 1874 to 1899
      2. Edited by:  Edward Dennett
      3. Published by:  W.H. Broom
      4. There are no PDF Scans available; they can be obtained (uptil 1890) on a CD issued by PTP, which I have, but I do not think I can upload those. They can also be seen in text format here.  After 1890 articles by associates of Mr Raven appear, so one must read with care.
    • Occasional Helps
      1. 1875 to 1875?
      2. Edited by:  W.T. Turpin
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. Only one volume is known.
      5. Volumes 1 (1875) are available here .
    • The Salvation of God
      1. 1878 to ?
      2. Edited by:  H.M. Hooke
      3. Published by:  W.H. Broom
      4. How many were there?
      5. Volumes 6 (1883) , 7 (1884) , 8 (1885) , 9 (1886) , 10 (1887) are available here .
      6. * Would be great to get the missing volumes!
    • The Young Believer
      1. 1879 to 1883
      2. Edited by:  A.T. Schofield
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. Volumes 1 (1879) , 2 (1880) , 3 (1881) , 4 (1882) , 5 (1883) are available here .
    • The Bible Student; For Inter-Communication on Biblical Subjects Amongst Young Christians
      1. 1881 to 1883
      2. Edited by:  A.T. Schofield
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner G. Morrish
      4. Volumes 1 (1881) , 2 (1882) , 3 (1883) are available here .
      5. A text version is available here.
    • God's Glad Tidings; A monthly magazine, purely gospel
      1. 1872 to 1881
      2. Edited by:  W.T.P. Wolston
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. Volumes 1 (1872) , 3 (1874) , 6 (1877) , 7 (1878) , 8 (1879) , 9 (1880) , 10 (1881) are available here .
      5. * Would be great to get the missing volumes.
    • The Messenger of Peace
      1. 1882 to 1885
      2. Edited by:  W.T.P. Wolston
      3. Volumes 1 (1882) , 2 (1883) , 3 (1884) are available here .
    • The Gospel Messenger
      1. 1886 to 1921?
      2. Edited by:  W.T.P. Wolston and at some point later A.J. Pollcok
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Volumes 1 (1886) , 5 (1890) , 18 (1903) , 19 (1904) , 36 (1921) are available here .
    • Words of Faith; a monthly magazine intended for the help and comfort of believers in the Lord Jesus.
      1. 1882 to 1884
      2. Edited by:  Christopher Wolston and F. W. Grant,
      3. Only 3 volumes issued; a note in the last volume explains the reason for finishing.
      4. Volumes 1 (1882) , 2 (1883) , 3 (1884) are available here .
      5. A text version is available here.
  • Kelly Exclusive Section

    • The Bible Treasury
      1. 1856 to 1920
      2. Edited by:  Alexander A. Wallace for the first two volumes, then by William Kelly until his death in 1906, and subsequently by F.E. Race
      3. Scanned PDFs are avilable on CD from PTP. A text version is available online on STEM Publishing. The first three volumes of the 2nd edition are available here
        The bound volumes were issued every two years, and volume 20 was for 1894/5. Then the New Series started for 1896/7 running to volume 13 for 1920.
    • The Bible Monthly
      1. 1921 to 1953
      2. Edited by:  W.J. Hocking
      3. Published by:  F.E. Race C.A. Hammond
      4. Continuation of The Bible Treasury.
        27 volumes were issued; ceased after WJH's death in 1953.
      5. No Volumes are available online.
    • Christian Testimony
      1. 1884 to 1885
      2. Edited by:  Thomas Neatby and William Burbidge
      3. Published by:  William Walters
    • The Way Home; a magazine for the comfort and counsel of heavenbound pilgrims
      1. 1885 to 1886
      2. Edited by:  A.T. Schofield
      3. Two volumes were published.
        The Bible Treasury 15 (1884), page 192 says that this magazine "will commence D.V. Jan 1st, 1885" so that vol. 1 and 2 were 1885 and 1886. Schofield probably went to the OB at the same time as Neatby (who left the Kelly-meetings in January 1887), which would explain why the periodical ceased.
    • A Message From God
      1. 1884 to 1950s?
      2. Edited by:  Heyman Wrexford
      3. Published by:  William Walters F.E. Race C.A. Hammond
      4. Volumes 1 (1884) , 5 (1888) , 31 (1914) , 32 (1915) , 33 (1916) , 34 (1917) , 35 (1918) , 36 (1919) , 37 (1920) , 38 (1921) , 39 (1922) , 40 (1923) , 41 (1924) , 48 (1932) , 51 (1935) , 52 (1936) , 53 (1937) , 56 (1940) , 57 (1941) are available here .
    • Comfort and Food; For the Weary and Hungry
      1. 1893 to 1895
      2. Edited by:  J.A. Von Poseck
      3. Volume 3, which finished after 8 issues, was the last volume.
      4. Volumes 2 (1894) , 3 (1895) are available here .
      5. * Would be great to get Vol 1.
    • The Believer's Monthly Magazine
      1. 1896 to 1899
      2. Edited by:  W.J. Hocking
      3. Published by:  T. Weston T.F. Shorto
      4. Very interesting little magazine that focused on practical subjects.
      5. Volumes 1 (1896) , 2 (1897) , 4 (1899) are available here .
      6. * Would very much like to get hold of a copy of Volume 3
    • Gospel Gleanings
      1. 1901 to ?
      2. Edited by:  W.J Hocking
      3. Published by:  T. Weston
      4. Volumes 1 (1901) , 5 (1905) , 8 (1908) , 10 (1910) are available here .
      5. How many more volumes were issued? Possibly continued to the 1950s? Were there other editors?
    • Glad Tidings for the Young
      1. 1905 to 1930s?
      2. Edited by: 
      3. Published by:  F.E. Race T. Weston
      4. [where the Misses Annie and Kate Best also lived. These sisters edited the children's magazine entitled "Glad Tidings for the Young", in which Miss von Poseck often wrote the expository "Page for Seniors". ] From Biography of Miss von P on Stem Publishing.
        [According to a note in "Words of Help" this must have continued until at least 1934.]
      5. Volumes 7 (1911) , 9 (1913) are available here .
      6. * Would like to get more volumes.
    • Words of Help from the Scripture of Truth
      1. 1912 to 1977
      2. Edited by:  W. M. Roberts (1912-1926), F. G. Burkitt (1926 - 1929), H. S. Smith (1929(, W. R. Kelsey (1930-1935). W. G. Turner (1935-?)
      3. Published by:  Alfred Holness C.A. Hammond
      4. In 1978, after the KLC / Glanton reunion, it merged with Scripture Truth
      5. Volumes 1-29 (1912-1940) are available here
  • Lowe Exclusive Section

    • Echoes of Mercy
      1. 1891 to >= 1904
      2. Edited by:  A.H. Burton
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. At least 14 volumes published.
      5. Volumes 3 (1893) , 4 (1894) , 6 (1896) , 14 (1904) are available here .
    • Words of Life; for Old and Young
      1. 1892 to >=1894
      2. Edited by:  A.H. Burton
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. A gospel magazine aimed at children and young people
      5. Volumes 2 (1893) , 3 (1894) are available here .
    • The Kingdom of God
      1. 1893 to 1893
      2. Edited by:  James Carter
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Only one volume was issued.
      5. Volumes 1 (1893) are available.
    • Words of Grace for the Household of Faith
      1. 1898 to 1899
      2. Edited by:  W. T. Whybrow
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Volumes 1 (1898) , 2 (1899) are available here .
    • The Little Messenger
      1. 1896 to 1904
      2. Edited by:  A.Y.C. ?
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Succeeded by The Children's Gospel Magazine in 1905.
      5. Volumes 3 (1898) , 4 (1899) , 5 (1900) , 6 (1901) are available here .
    • The Children's Gospel Magazine
      1. 1905 to ?
      2. Edited by:  James Carter and W.E. Sibthorpe
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Seems to have become a TW magazine after the division. Still advertised by Carter in 1926 WoT. I have vols 27-34,37, and maybe a couple more. Would be good to get some of the earlier ones.
        No Volumes are available online.
    • Words of Truth
      1. 1909 to 1926
      2. Edited by:  James Carter
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Note at the end of Volume 18 confirms it was the last volume.
      5. Volumes 1 (1909) , 2 (1910) , 3 (1911) , 4 (1912) , 5 (1913) , 6 (1914) , 7 (1915) , 8 (1916) , 9 (1917) , 10 (1918) , 12 (1920) , 13 (1921) , 14 (1922) , 15 (1923) , 16 (1924) , 17 (1925) , 18 (1926) are available here .
      6. * Would be great to get the missing volume 11
    • The Christian's Library
      1. 1899 to 1910
      2. Edited by:  Alfred H. Burton
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. Succeeded by Gospel Light
      5. Volumes 1 (1899) , 2 (1900) , 3 (1901) , 4 (1902) , 5 (1903) , 6 (1904) , 7 (1905) , 8 (1906) , 10 (1908) , 11 (1909) , 12 (1910) are available here .
      6. * Would be great to get the missing volume 9!
    • Gospel Light
      1. 1911 to 1926
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  James Carter
      4. A note in the end of Volume 16 confirms it was the last one issued.
      5. Volumes 1 (1911) , 2 (1912) , 3 (1913) , 4 (1914) , 5 (1915) , 6 (1916) , 7 (1917) , 8 (1918) , 9 (1919) , 10 (1920) , 11 (1921) , 12 (1922) , 13 (1923) , 14 (1924) , 15 (1925) , 16 (1926) are available here .
    • The Young Christian
      1. 1916 to 1939?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  Bible Truth Depot, St Louis, USA James Carter
      4. The primary publisher was Bible Truth Depot, so I imagine this periodical originated in the USA. I have volumes 2,10, and 23, and would like to obtain more!
        No Volumes are available online.
    • To Every Man His Work
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by:  W.E. Sibthorpe
      3. Published by\in: W.E. Sibthorpe, Tunbridge Wells
      4. Two volumes published.
        Available in text format here
      5. Scans available on a CD from BTP or PTP.
  • Stuart Exclusive Section

    • Words in Season
      1. 1886 to 1899
      2. Edited by:  W. Rickard of Derby
      3. Note at the end of the last volume says; "After more than twelve years of this character of service, the editor of "Words in Season" and "Whosoever Will" has been compelled by broken health to bring htem to an end with this issue."
      4. Volumes 3 (1889) , 4 (1890) , 5 (1891) , 7 (1893) , 8 (1894) , 10 (1896) , 11 (1897) , 12 (1898) , 13 (1899) are available here .
    • Whosoever Will; Let him take of the waters of life freely
      1. 1886? to 1899
      2. Edited by:  W. Rickard
      3. 1892 volume was for those issued in 1890 & 1891. Probably rain in conjunction with "Words in Season".
    • The Christian's Helper
      1. 1900 to 1947
      2. Edited by:  H Friend, E. R. Wills
      3. Published by:  W.H.G. Blatchley
      4. Volumes 1 (1901) , 2 (1902) , 3 (1903) , 4 (1904) , 5 (1905) , 6 (1906) , 7 (1907) , 9 (1909) , 14 (1914) are available here .
    • The Young Christian
      1. 1888 to 1899?
      2. Edited by:  Walter Scott
      3. Published by:  W.H.G. Blatchley
      4. Volumes 1 (1888) , 3 (1894) , 4 (1895) , 5 (1897) , 7 (1899) are available here .
    • Living Streams; A gospel magaizine
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by:  Walter Scott
      3. Volumes 2 (?) , 3 (?) are available here .
    • Truth for the Last Days
      1. 1900 to 1905
      2. Edited by:  Walter Scott
      3. Published by:  W.H.G. Blatchley
      4. An Editorial Note in volume 4, 1905 says
        "In drawing this service to a close, we beg to thank writers, correspondents, and readers for their kind co-operation. It has been a service of love on the part of all concerned. The Magazine has been used of God in blessing. Having served its purpose, it is now discontinued.
        Walter Scott
        Oct 1905"
        This was probably due to Mr Scott at this point going with the OB.
      5. Volumes 1 (1900) , 2 (1901) , 3 (1904) , 4 (1905) are available here .
  • Stoney / Raven / Taylor Exclusive Section

    • A Voice to the Faithful
      1. 1867 to 1897
      2. Edited by:  J.B. Stoney
      3. Published by:  London Gospel Tract Depot
      4. 31 Volumes were issued.
      5. Volumes 1 (1867) , 2 (1868) , 3 (1869) , 4 (1870) , 5 (1871) , 6 (1872) , 7 (1873) , 8 (1874) , 9 (1875) , 10 (1876) , 11 (1877) , 12 (1878) , 13 (1879) , 14 (1880) , 15 (1881) , 16 (1882) , 17 (1883) , 18 (1884) , 19 (1885) , 20 (1886) , 21 (1887) are available here .
    • Food for the Flock
      1. 1874 to 1883
      2. Edited by:  J.B. Stoney
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish W.B. Horner
      4. 9 volumes were issued.
      5. Volumes 1 (1874) , 2 (1875) , 3 (1876) , 4 (1877) , 5 (1878) , 6 (1879) , 7 (1880) , 8 (1881) , 9 (1882) are available here .
      6. A text version is available here.
    • Food for the Faithful
      1. 1899 to >= 1908
      2. Edited by:  T.H. Reynolds
      3. Published by:  London Gospel Tract Depot
      4. There were at least 11 volumes issued.
      5. Not currently available online.
    • Tidings of Life and Peace
      1. 1889 to 1930
      2. Edited by:  George Cutting
      3. Published by:  London Gospel Tract Depot A.S. Rouse
      4. By at least 1904 it had changed name to Tidings of LIGHT and Peace
        The Joyful Message, starting 1931 was the continuation of this.
      5. Volumes 5 (1893) , 8 (1896) , 16 (1904) , 19 (1907) , 21 (1909) , 26 (1914) , 38 (1926) are available here .
      6. * Would love to get more of these!
    • Words of Encouragement
      1. 1895 to 1900
      2. Edited by:  Joseph Revell
      3. Published by\in: Rochester, NY
      4. The editor died in 1900 which seems to have led to the periodical ceasing after 6 volumes, and appears to have been followed by Words of Grace and Encouragement.
    • Words of Grace and Encouragement; for the edification and comfort of the children of God.
      1. 1901 to 1910?
      2. Edited by:  William Magowan ?
      3. Published by:  Bible & Tract Depot, Rochester, NY Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. American origin. Were there more than 10 volumes? Seems that the editor, Magowan, went with Glanton for a while (and some volumes of this were published by CBTD) but later returned to JT.
    • Helps for the Poor of the Flock
      1. 1896 to 1922
      2. Edited by:  E.L. Bevir
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Seems 27 volumes were issued and the periodical terminated with the editor's death in 1922.
    • The Joyful Message
      1. 1931 to 1968 (at least)
      2. Edited by:  A.E. Bird
      3. Published by:  London Gospel Tract Depot Stow Hill Bible & Tract Depot
      4. Continuation of Tidings of Light and Peace, though seems to be more of a young-peoples magazine. I have several volumes (1,3,6,11,20,21)
    • Mutual Comfort
      1. 1908 to 1924
      2. Edited by:  P.R. Morford
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. 17 volumes issues. The editor died in 1924 which seems to have been the cause of the cessation of this periodical.
    • The Believers Friend; containing simple ministry for old and young
      1. 1909 to 1932
      2. Edited by:  Russel Besley
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. The editor, Russell Besley, died in 1932 (mentioned in vol. 24, page 335) which was the reason that the magazine finished.
    • Youthful Days
      1. 1910 to >= 1978
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Volumes 9 (1918) , 10 (1919) , 11 (1920) , 15 (1924) are available here .
    • Goodly Words
      1. 1923 to 1932
      2. Edited by:  J. R. Tithecot
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish
      4. Young persons type magazine; 10 volumes were issued, publication ceasing as the editor died, this is explained in the back of volume 10. It was replaced by Words of Truth.
    • Words of Truth: a magazine for the edification and encouragement of Christians
      1. 1933 to 1960s
      2. Edited by:  Malcolm Biggs (1933-1941), F. S. Marsh (probably 1942, at least 1944 - 1946), W. Henderson (probably 1947, at least 1948 - 1959 or later).
      3. Published by:  Stow Hill Bible & Tract Depot
    • Words of Grace and Comfort
      1. 1925 to >= 1960
      2. Edited by:  H. F. Nunnerley (1-13) and W. M. Brown (14-34)
      3. Published by:  G. Morrish Stow Hill Bible & Tract Depot
    • Help and Comfort
      1. 1962 to 1982
      2. Edited by:  J. L. Wallach & H.S. Etty
      3. 21 volumes issued.
  • Glanton Exclusive Section

    • Simple Testimony
      1. 1884 to 1925
      2. Edited by:  William Barker
      3. Published by:  W.H. Broom A.S. Rouse Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. Was continued by Marching Orders
      5. Volumes 1 (1884) , 2 (1885) , 3 (1886) , 4 (1887) , 5 (1888) , 6 (1889) , 7 (1890) , 8 (1891) , 9 (1892) , 10 (1893) , 11 (1894) , 12 (1895) , 13 (1896) , 14 (1897) , 15 (1898) , 16 (1899) , 17 (1900) , 18 (1901) , 19 (1902) , 20 (1903) , 21 (1904) , 22 (1905) , 23 (1906) , 24 (1907) , 25 (1908) , 26 (1909) , 27 (1910) , 28 (1911) , 29 (1912) , 30 (1913) , 31 (1914) , 32 (1915) , 33 (1916) , 34 (1917) , 35 (1918-1919) , 36 (1920-1921) , 37 (1922-1923) , 38 (1924-1925) are available here .
    • Loving Words for Youthful Hearts
      1. 1896 to >=1915
      2. Edited by:  L. Laurenson
      3. Published by\in: J.K. Souter
      4. Medium-large format young persons magazine. I have a couple of volumes. [At moment can only find one, vol 6, 1901]
    • Gospel Tidings Annual
      1. <= 1905 to >= 1915
      2. Edited by:  H.P. Barker and A.J. Pollock
      3. Published by:  Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. Volumes Whither Bound? or Heaven and How to Get There (1905) , Warnings and Wooings (1906) , Plain Gospel Words (1908) , A True Report for Old and Young (1911) , Plenteous Grace for Old and Young (1915) are available here .
    • Scripture Truth
      1. 1909 to Current
      2. Edited by:  J.T. Mawson and others
      3. Published by:  Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. Historical volumes available to download from http://www.scripture-truth.org/
    • Our Calling
      1. 1911 to 1913?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. 3 volumes issued? (were there more?)
      5. Volumes 1 (1911) , 2 (1912) , 3 (1913) are available here .
    • Our Children
      1. 1917 to >= 1961
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. I have 1917-1950 but not scanned yet.
    • Helps and Hints for Workers Among the Young
      1. 1916 to ?
      2. Edited by:  L. Laurenson and E Whyte
      3. I have only the first volume.
    • Edification
      1. 1927 to 1939
      2. Edited by:  F.B. Hole
      3. Published by:  Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. There were 13 volumes published; a wrapper of Nov. 1939 says: "The Editor and Publisher has regretfully decided that at the end of this year this little magazine will cease, owing mainly to shortage of paper and rising costs."
    • The Maintenance of the Truth; Three years of A Scripture Quarterly
      1. 1940s? to 1940s?
      2. Edited by:  T. Oliver
    • Precious Things
      1. 1956 to 1990
      2. Edited by:  F.A. Hughes and G. Davison, Sidney Thomson
      3. At least 16 volumes published.
        Many articles from the magazine available on STEM.
        Sidney Thomson was editor together with Hughes from 1964-1976 then alone in 1976-1989, see vol. 1990, page 145 and page 241; see also page 25 (death of Hughes). The magazine was also issued in 1990 because Thomson left enough papers but it was finished then.
  • Exclusive Section: North American

    • Sound Words
      1. 1870 to ?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: Martin Cathcard, New York
      4. Volumes 9 (1878) are available here .
    • Helps by the Way
      1. 1873 to 1881?
      2. Edited by:  F.W. Grant
      3. Published by\in: Toronto
      4. "designed for the ministry of a full and precious Christ, to those for whom he died"
        Ironside, in his history of the Brethren, has the editor as FWG. Was his brother, R.T. Grant also involved?
      5. Volumes 1 (1873) , 2 (1874) , NS 1 (1879) , NS 2 (1880) , NS 3 (1881?) are available here .
    • Helps for Wayfarers
      1. 1876 to 1876?
      2. Edited by:  F.W. Grant
      3. Published by\in: Toronto
      4. Were there any more volumes published?
      5. Volumes 1 (1876) are available here .
    • Help and Food for the Household of Faith
      1. 1883 to 1970s?
      2. Edited by:  F.W. Grant, P.J. Loizeaux, C. Crain, Samuel Ridout
      3. Published by:  Loizeaux Brothers
      4. Volumes 1 (1883) , 2 (1884) , 3 (1885) , 4 (1886) , 5 (1887) , 6 (1888) , 7 (1889) , 8 (1890) , 9 (1891) , 10 (1892) , 11 (1893) , 12 (1894) , 13 (1895) , 14 (1896) , 15 (1897) , 16 (1898) , 17 (1899) , 18 (1900) , 19 (1901) , 20 (1902) , 21 (1903) , 22 (1904) , 23 (1905) , 24 (1906) , 25 (1907) , 26 (1908) , 27 (1909) , 28 (1910) , 29 (1911) , 30 (1912) , 31 (1913) , 32 (1914) , 33 (1915) , 34 (1916) , 35 (1917) , 36 (1918) , 37 (1919) , 38 (1920) , 39 (1921) , 40 (1922) , 41 (1923) , 42 (1924) , 43 (1925) , 44 (1926) , 45 (1927) , 46 (1928) , 47 (1929) are available here .
    • Tender Grass and Waters of Quietness; for the lambs of Christ's flock.
      1. 1885 to ?
      2. Edited by:  Benjamin C. Greenman
      3. American but seems to be published by Blatchley. I have a few volumes. There were at least six issued.
      4. Volumes 1 (1885) are available.
    • The Remembrancer
      1. 1891 to 1912
      2. Edited by:  Mr. Dunlop, Alfred Trigge; In volume 4, there is a notice that editorship is being transferred from Mr. Dunlop to Mr Trigge.
      3. Published by\in: Hamilton, Ontario
      4. Volumes 1 (1891) , 4 (1894) , 8 (1899) , 9 (1900) , 10 (1901) , 12 (1903) , 13 (1904) , 14 (1905) , 15 (1906) , 16 (1907) , 17 (1908) , 19 (1910) , 21 (1912) are available here .
      5. Can be read in text format here
    • The Sower; A Gospel Magazine
      1. 1891 to at least 1925
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: Toronto
      4. Seems to be a gospel version of 'The Remembrancer'; started in the same year. I have a few volumes (4,8,23,24)
    • The Home Friend
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by: 
      3. Published by\in: Holloway Bros., Halifax, N. S.
    • Field and Work (Missionary Intelligence)
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: Holloway Bros., Halifax, N.S.
    • The Herald of Truth
      1. 1895? to
      2. Edited by:  A. W. Otto (probably!)
      3. A note in the December issue of “Field and Work” 1894 (on page 12 and 13) announces this new magazine, and says it is expected to be “a good and interesting family paper”.
    • The Sherpherd's Voice
      1. 1890? to 1896?
      2. Edited by:  C. Crain
      3. Published by\in: South Framingham, Mass.
      4. A note on Crain’s death in “Help and Food” 1925, page 340. says he was the editor of this periodical. Also see note here.
    • The Gleaner
      1. 1886 to >=1914
      2. Edited by:  Thomas Somerville
      3. Published by\in: Brantford, Canada
      4. In the October issue of “Field and Work” 1926 (page 151) it is said that Somerville “had just passed 86 years”, was thus born in 1840 (about September, see also “Field and Work” 1925, page 57). Our Hope 34:571 makes clear that he was still alive in 1927. A note in “Field and Work” 1921, page 187, that Somerville “is free from the burden of his papers” might indicate that "The Gleaner“,"Glad Tidings” or "Sunlight for the Young”, or all three ended about that time or were handed to another editor.
    • Glad Tidings
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by:  Thomas Somerville
      3. Published by\in: Brantford, Canada
    • Sunlight for the Young
      1. ? to >=1919
      2. Edited by:  Thomas Somerville
      3. Published by\in: Brantford, Canada
      4. "Glad Tidings" was still issued in 1919 (see "Field and Work“ 1919, page 114).
  • Exclusive Section: Children's Periodicals

    • Good News for Young and Old
      1. 1859 to 1884
      2. Edited by:  C.H. Mackintosh to 1879 and then Inglis Fleming
      3. Published by:  W.H. Broom A.S. Rouse
      4. First was called "Good News for the Little Ones", and also sometimes "Good News For Young People".
        In 1877 seems to have switched to being large format.
      5. Volumes 4 (1862) , 9 (1867) , 11 (1869) , 12 (1870) , 16 (1874) , 18 (1876) , 19 (1877) , 21 (1879) , 24 (1882) , 25 (1883) , 26 (1884) are available here .
    • Scattered Seed and Good News for Young and Old
      1. 1885 to 1929?
      2. Edited by:  Inglis Fleming
      3. Published by:  W.H. Broom A.S. Rouse Central Bible Truth Depot
      4. Large format.
      5. Volumes 1 (1885) , 2 (1886) , 3 (1887) , 5 (1889) , 8 (1892) , 10 (1894) , 11 (1895) , 12 (1896) , 15 (1899) , 16 (1900) , 17 (1901) , 19 (1903) , 24 (1908) , 32 (1916) , 34 (1918) , 35 (1919) , 38 (1922) , 39 (1923) , 44 (1928) , 45 (1929) are available here .
    • Faithful Word for Old and Young
      1. 1872 to 1897
      2. Edited by:  H. Forbes Witherby
      3. Published by:  London Gospel Tract Depot W.H. Broom Alfred Holness
      4. Large format; note in last volume confirms it was the final one issued.
      5. Volumes 1 (1872) , 4 (1875) , 5 (1876) , 6 (1877) , 7 (1878) , 8 (1879) , 9 (1880) , 10 (1881) , 11 (1882) , 12 (1883) , 13 (1884) , 14 (1885) , 15 (1886) , 16 (1887) , 17 (1888) , 18 (1889) , 19 (1890) , 21 (1892) , 22 (1893) , 23 (1894) , 24 (1895) , 25 (1896) , 26 (1897) are available here .
    • My Little Friend Annual
      1. 1876 to 1895
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: 20 Paternoster Square
      4. Beautiful large format periodical; 20 volumes issued, a note in volume 20 says it is the last volume;. to be continued as "Gospel Stories for the Young" and maybe also "Talks with my Girls"
      5. Volumes 1 (1876) , 2 (1877) , 4 (1879) , 7 (1882) , 13 (1888) , 14 (1889) , 15 (1890) , 17 (1892) , 20 (1895) are available here .
    • Gospel Stories for the Young
      1. 1896 to >= 1952
      2. Edited by:  J. W. Nicholls
      3. Published by\in: 20 Paternoster Square
      4. In the last volume of My little Friend Annual it is said in the foreword: "In the December number you will have seen the notice that this is to be the last volume of this Magazine under its present title ; but we hope it will appear under the new title of 'Gospel Stories for the Young,' and Mr. J. W. Nicholls has kindly promised to act as Editor for the new Magazine, and C. J. L. will continue her interesting "Talks with my Girls,""
      5. Volumes 1 (1896) , 7 (1902) , 10 (1905) , 14 (1909) , 27 (1922) , 28 (1923) are available here .
    • The Springing Well; or Waters that Fail not
      1. 1898 to ?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  Alfred Holness A.S. Rouse
      4. Volumes 5 (1902) , 6 (1903) , 18 (1915) are available here .
    • Sunbeams for the Home
      1. 1910 to > 1920
      2. Edited by:  ? .. Prefaces written by different people each year.
      3. Published by\in: "Office of Sunbeams for the Home", 20 Paternoster Square
      4. Large format.
      5. Volumes 4 (1913) , 5 (1914) , 6 (1915) , 8 (1917) , 9 (1918) , 11 (1920) are available here .
    • The Sunday School Visitor
      1. 1901 to >= 1927
      2. Edited by: 
      3. Published by:  Loizeaux Brothers
      4. Large format with; at least 27 annual volumes issued. Apparently the magazine originated in a suggestion of Samuel Ridout, who for many years wrote the Bible class lessons. [http://www.newble.co.uk/writers/Ridout/biography.html]
    • Messages of Love
      1. 1899 to Current ?
      2. Edited by:  John T. Armet and his wife
      3. Published by:  Bible Truth Depot, St Louis, USA
      4. Large format children's magazine; I have a number of volumes.
        "In 1885, Mr. John T. Armet and his wife rented a corner of a brother’s stationery store where they began what they called Bible Truth Depot. May 7, 1899, was the date of the first issue of a new Sunday school paper called “Messages of Love” begun by the Armets. It began, “Our Dear Little Friends: If the Lord permit, we hope to have a paper like this one for you every week, telling you of God’s love to this world of sinners. What could be more wonderful to tell you about than the love of God, and that love being towards us when we had no love for Him.” By God’s good hand, that paper presenting God’s love and salvation has been continuously published from that day to this." [http://bibletruthpublishers.com/about-us/c812]
        In 1928 was renamed, "Messages of the Love of God".
      5. Scans of individual weekly issues until 1990 are available here.
    • Pure Streams for the Little Ones
      1. 1873 to 1880?
      2. Edited by:  Malachi Taylor
      3. I have 1873-88 bound in one volume.
  • Independent / Open Section

  • Independent / Open Section: Non UK

    • The Barley Cake
      1. 1881 to 1887
      2. Edited by:  Donald Ross
      3. There were 7 volumes issued I believe, before it was renamed 'Our Record'?
      4. Volumes 2 (1882) , 3 (1883) , 4 (1884) , 5 (1885) , 6 (1886) , 7 (1887) are available.
    • Our Record
      1. 1888 to 1931 / 32 ?
      2. Edited by:  Donald Ross
      3. Continued til at least the 1930s. I don't know who the editor was after Donald Ross's death. I only have the first two volumes.
      4. Not currently available online.
    • Assembly Annals
      1. 1933 to 1968
      2. Edited by:  Dr H A Cameron (first editor) and later by the brothers Pell
      3. Published by\in: USA
      4. Followed on from "Our Record" and was itself succeeded by "The Uplook"
        "was initially acceptable in conservative Gospel Halls, but soon became more and more aligned with looser GH’s and the conservative chapels."
        I have three volumes; Volume 1 New Series July 1933 - June 1934 July 1935 (marked both NS 3 No 1, Old Series 9 No. 7) to Dec 1936 (NS 3 No 18, Old Series 10 No 11) Vol 7 (jan - Dec 1940)
    • Words in Season
      1. 1909? to 2008?
      2. Edited by:  Dr E.A. Martin (firstly)
      3. Extolled 'Old Paths' around the time of the 1914 division. I'm told "Ended in rancor due to its unyielding conservatism being no longer palatable to the most of the upcoming generation of Gospel Hall brethren, whose organ is now only Truth & Tidings."
    • The Treasury; a monthly magazine for ministry of the Word and tidings of the Lord's work.
      1. 1899 to Current
      2. Edited by:  Charles Hinman, Franklin Ferguson, and others ...
      3. Published by\in: Palmerston North, New Zealand
      4. Very interesting history can be read here.
        I only have Volume 30, 1928.
    • Armour of Light; a monthly magazine devoted to the furtherance of Christian fellowship and testimony
      1. 1914 to 1929
      2. Edited by:  Robert McMurdo
      3. Published by\in: Chicago
      4. McMurdo was leader in "Old Paths" movement.
    • Light and Liberty
      1. 1931 to 1966?
      2. Edited by:  Robert McMurdo
      3. Published by\in: Fort Dodge, Iowa, Walterick Printing (CBA)
      4. Continuation of "Armour of Light", and itself continued by "Food for the Flock". I'm told it was "an important organ of the "chapel" OB's.", so must have changed character at some point from its beginnings?
    • Letters of Interest
      1. ? to ?
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: Wheaton, IL
      4. Later just renamed "Interest".
        I'm told: "A fascinating magazine which is very hard to obtain in the UK. –organ of the Chapel assemblies in North America."
  • Independent / Open Section: Children's Periodicals

    • The Child's Bible Companion
      1. <=1877 to >=1880
      2. Edited by: 
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. I have a few volumes but don't know too much about it.
    • The Young Watchman
      1. 1883 to >= 1898
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  John Ritchie
      4. Medium format children's magazine; I have volumes 2,3,4,7,15 .. I do not know how long it continued.
    • Grace and Truth; for Old and Young
      1. 1884? to >=1890
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by:  W.B. Horner
      4. Nice medium-large format magazine; aimed at young people. Papers by A.T. Schofield, Robert McKilliam, J Denham Smith, J G Bellett etc. C.H. Spurgeon said of it "Answering to its title, this excellent serial is sure to benefit its readers; may they be as many as the stars!"
        I have 1884 & 1890.
  • Needed Truth Independent Section

    • Needed Truth
      1. 1888 to Current
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: C.M.Luxmoore initially, and then many others.
      4. See Wikipedia article for some more details.
        "Needed Truth was not published during the years 1909-13, when "Wholesome words" was substituted for this publication." CBA
    • Green Pastures; a monthly messenger for the children of God
      1. 1907 to >= 1965
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. Published by\in: R. Jeans
      4. This periodical was of the Vernalite NT section; The Vernalites broke away from the main NT about 1905 or so. They refused the main system NT doctrine that local companies lack competency to discipline a bad elder. The main NT's held that such a problem must be passed upstream to the district oversight, or indeed the national oversight.
    • The Ambassador
      1. 1915 to >= 1935
      2. Edited by:  ?
      3. At least 21 volumes were published; I have 7 (1921), 14,16,21.
  • Miscellaneous

    • Things to Come: a journal of Biblical literature, with special reference to prophetic truth and "that blessed hope"
      1. 1895 to 1915
      2. Edited by:  E.W. Bullinger
      3. Published by:  Alfred Holness R.L. Allan
      4. 21 volumes Issued.
        Some available here
    • The British Evangelist
      1. 1869 to 1875
      2. Edited by:  W Reid & WP Mackay





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Dave Crow said ...
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**Canaan is a type of Heavenly Places, not Heaven itself, for we still have conflict with the enemies. How then can we be said to be Seated In the Heavenlies in Christ Jesus and Raised with Him??
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Friday, Jul 3, 2015 : 21:16

Richard said ...
Hello Tom,

Thank you very much for activating my login, and for the material in the sections "periodicals" and "Pamphlets" where I found excellent articles, I hope that you can continue to accrue the material in these sections, it has been a pleasant surprise to read authors unknown to me Edward Henry Chater, GJ Stewart, etc.
Thursday, Apr 7, 2016 : 19:32

Brent said ...
I am looking for a 1916 edition of "Our Record" to find an entry about a company of Christians who began meeting in Windsor, Ontario. Any chance you might have something? It is the 100th Anniversary of the Windsor Gospel Hall, and there is a note taken from a 1916 entry in the "Our Record" magazine. I am trying to find the source to see if there is more info about the assembly for our anniversary booklet.
Thanks,
Brent
Monday, Sep 5, 2016 : 04:45

Tom said ...
Hi Brent, sorry I asked around but we don't have that volume at present.
Monday, Sep 12, 2016 : 13:26

Paul said ...
I am looking for the September 1952 issue of the Brethren Harvester magazine. Please, can anyone help?

The Brethren Archive of Manchester University does not have it.
Sunday, Oct 16, 2016 : 00:59

Dr. Ken Botton said ...
Regarding Letters of Interest Magazine, this was indeed the primary means of communication throughout the assemblies in the United States and, to some extent, Canada. I served as the last editor of Interest Magazine during the years 1995-96 before it was officially discontinued. The most complete archives of this valuable resource are kept in the library at Emmaus Bible College, Dubuque, IA. The librarian, John Rush may be contacted for further information. Dallas Theological Seminary also holds an extensive collection of past issues.
Wednesday, Feb 8, 2017 : 23:13

Doug Engle said ...
Paul, I have a number of the Harvester issues scanned but not earlier than the 1980's, sadly. I'll keep a look out, but I'm interested in any prior to what I have... whether scanned or originals...
Wednesday, Mar 15, 2017 : 05:15



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