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"Harmony" A magazine devoted to Divine Science. Edited and published by C. L. and M. E. Cramer, 3360 Seventeenth Street, San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. Monthly.

"The Circle of Light" Edited by Georgina McIntyre 506, N. Central Avenue, Austin Station, Chicago, Ill.,. U.S.A. Monthly.

"Philo" Edited by D. Gregorson, Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A. Monthly.

"Eltka" Edited by H. C. Wright, Corry, Pa., U.S.A, Monthly.

"The Logos Magazine" Edited by Sara Thacker, Applegate Placer Co., Cal., U.S.A. Monthly.

"Vitality" Edited by Walter Devoe, 6126, Ingleside Avenue, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A. Monthly.

"Occult Truths" Charles Smiley, Washington, D.C. U.S.A. Monthly.

"The Royal Standard" W. Tomes, 4, High Street, Aylesbury, Bucks. Quarterly.

"The Christian" 12, Paternoster Buildings, London, E.C. Every Thursday.

"Mansfield House Magazine" Mansfield House. Canning Town, London, E. Monthly

"The Occult and Biological Journal" Devoted to Biology, Metaphysics and Esoteric Sciences. The Esoteric Publishing Company, Applegate, California Monthly.

"Self" Edited by Caroline E. C. Norris, 265, Eleventh Street, Oakland, California. Monthly.

"Agreement" Edited by Frank T. Allen, 23, St. Mark's Place, Brooklyn, N.J., U.S.A. Monthly.

"The Prasnottara" A Theosophical journal. Edited by Babu Upendranath Basu. Published at Benares. Monthly.

"The Indian Watchman" A Missionary Journal. Edited by Floyd C. Aldrich. Published at Igatpuri, India. Monthly.

"The Independent Methodist" A Journal of Religious Literature. Elliot Stock, 62, Paternoster Row. Monthly.

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