Brethren Archive

Exclusive Section: North American


  • Sound Words
    • Dates: 1870 to ?
    • Edited by: Christopher Wolston, Malachi Taylor
    • Published by: Martin Cathcard, New York
    • Volumes: 9 (1878) are available here .
  • Helps by the Way
    • Dates: 1873 to 1881?
    • Edited by: F.W. Grant
    • Published by: Toronto
    • Description: "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?
    • Volumes: 1 (1873) , 2 (1874) , NS 1 (1879) , NS 2 (1880) , NS 3 (1881?) are available here .
  • Helps for Wayfarers
    • Dates: 1876 to 1876?
    • Edited by: F.W. Grant
    • Published by: Toronto
    • Description: Were there any more volumes published?
    • Volumes: 1 (1876) are available here .
  • Help and Food for the Household of Faith
    • Dates: 1883 to 1970s?
    • Edited by: F.W. Grant, P.J. Loizeaux, C. Crain, Samuel Ridout
    • Published by: Loizeaux Brothers
    • 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 .
  • The Enquirer
    • Dates: ? to ?
    • Edited by: F.W. Grant
  • Tender Grass and Waters of Quietness; for the Lambs of Christ's Flock
    • Dates: 1885 to ?
    • Edited by: Benjamin C. Greenman
    • Description: American but seems to be published by Blatchley. I have a few volumes. There were at least six issued.
    • Volumes: 1 (1885) , 2 (1886) are available.
  • The Remembrancer
    • Dates: 1891 to 1912
    • Edited by: Mr. Dunlop, Alfred Trigge; In volume 4, there is a notice that editorship is being transferred from Mr. Dunlop to Mr Trigge.
    • Published by: Hamilton, Ontario
    • 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 .
    •   Can be read in text format here
  • The Sower; A Gospel Magazine
  • The Home Friend
    • Dates: ? to ?
    • Edited by:
    • Published by: Holloway Bros., Halifax, N. S.
  • Field and Work (Missionary Intelligence)
    • Dates: ? to ?
    • Edited by: ?
    • Published by: Holloway Bros., Halifax, N.S.
  • The Herald of Truth
    • Dates: 1895? to
    • Edited by: A. W. Otto (probably!)
    • Description: 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
    • Dates: 1890? to 1896?
    • Edited by: C. Crain
    • Published by: South Framingham, Mass.
    • Description: 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
    • Dates: 1886 to >=1914
    • Edited by: Thomas Somerville
    • Published by: Brantford, Canada
    • Description: 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.
    • Volumes: Sample Single Issue 35.9 (1920) are available.
  • Glad Tidings
    • Dates: 1871? to ?
    • Edited by: Thomas Somerville
    • Published by: Brantford, Canada
  • Sunlight for the Young
    • Dates: ? to >=1919
    • Edited by: Thomas Somerville
    • Published by: Brantford, Canada
    • Description: "Glad Tidings" was still issued in 1919 (see "Field and Work“ 1919, page 114).
  • The Messenger of Peace
    • Dates: 1879 to ? >= 1916
    • Edited by: P.J. Loizeaux
    • Published by: Loizeaux Brothers
    • Description: Have one volume, not scanned yet.
  • Goodly Portions
    • Dates: 1889 to ?
    • Edited by: B.C. Greenman
  • Things New and Old
    • Dates: 1933 to 1981
    • Edited by: A.E. Booth and F.B. Tomkinson
    • Description: Incorporated into Grace & Truth in about 1982
    • Volumes: 1 (1933) are available.
  • Grace and Truth
    • Dates: 1933 to Ongoing
    • Edited by: EC Hadley
  • Holding Fast & Holding Forth
    • Dates: 1930 to 1949?
    • Edited by: R.J. Little + C. Knapp
  • Handfuls of Purpose
    • Dates: 1920 to ?
    • Edited by: J.W.H. Nichols
    • Published by: Loizeaux Brothers
    • Volumes: 1.1 (1920) are available.





Comments:
Tom said ...
It seems that in the 1930s when "Help & Food" went open, a number of other periodicals were commenced in it's place; including "Grace & Truth", "Things New & Old", "Holding Fast & Holding Forth"
Wednesday, Dec 27, 2017 : 20:17


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