There were 7 volumes issued I believe, before it was renamed 'Our Record'?
After Donald Ross's death, C.W. Ross (D R's son) took over the editorship, which then passed to T.D.W. Muir for a while, before reverting in the last year of its issue to CW Ross again who wound it up with the official notification that Assembly Annals was to continue that line of magazine work. See October 1933 issue.
The first series began in January 1927 and the new series in July 1933.
"A Magazine Devoted to Ministry Concerning Christ and the Church."
Followed on from "Our Record" and was later renamed "The Uplook"
"was initially acceptable in conservative Gospel Halls, but soon became more and more aligned with looser GH’s and the conservative chapels."
Think just a renaming of Assembly Annals
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."
Canadian magazine of the stricter Gospel Halls.
"A monthly magazine devoted to the furtherance of Christian fellowship and testimony."
Winsor Chase was Editor by 1927.
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.".
Towards the end of 1936, editorship transferred to LLOYD G. WALTERICK - see Vol 6, p313.
Foreign missionaries magazine, issued from same place as Light and Liberty.
Maybe just a personal paper of the editor?
Published from July 1934 to June 1996. It's former name was "Letters of Interest from the Home Field." According to Manchester Library http://www.library.manchester.ac.uk/search-resources/special-collections/guide-to-special-collections/christian-brethren-collections/printed-material/periodicals/ the magazine had been continued as "Interest" since 1969 until it's end.
I'm told: "A fascinating magazine which is very hard to obtain in the UK. – organ of the Chapel assemblies in North America."
"For the newly converted regardless of natural age."
"A monthly magazine for ministry of the Word and tidings of the Lord's work."
Very interesting history can be read here.