New Series continued after 75.
Not a brethren periodical, in fact has a number of articles attacking JND, but the PDF does have notes of meetings at Rawstorne Street on pages 126.96.36.199 etc. Also many references to the controversy at the time, and other things of historical interest.
A Monthly Journal of Evangelistic and Temperance Work on All Railways.
Not a Brethren periodical but appears to have followed Dispensationalist lines and been important in the development of pre-Millennialism in North America.
Contains articles by CHM, JND, J.Denham Smith etc.
Volumes seem to be 6 issues each.
Chimes was the church publication of the church founded in Sunderland by A A Rees. Rees was very close to the Brethren and even some of its members served in Brethren missions. Though not strictly a Brethren publication, it is of interest. Marsh was the second pastor of this church
Contains the odd article of (Brethren) interest.