From Pat Deveney's database:
A Vehicle for the Interchange of Theosophical News and Opinion.
London, England. Editor: Council of the British Section of the Theosophical Society; H.P. Blavatsky and Walter R. Old. Succeeded by: The Vahan (1891)-->Theosophical Review
Corporate author: British Section of the Theosophical Society
1/1, December 1890-July 1891. 8 pp., free of charge to members.
This was the catch-all journal for comments and articles by the members of the British Section. In the first issue, H.P. Blavatsky outlined what she saw as its purpose: "[T[he word [Vahan] means a Vehicle. In Theosophical metaphysics this term denotes a basis, something, as a bearer, more substantial than that which it bears; e.g., Buddhi, the spiritual Soul, is the Vahan of Atma --the purely immaterial 'principle.' Or again, as in physiology, our brain is the supposed physical vehicle or Vahan of superphysical thought. Thus, this little fortnightly paper is destined to serve as the bearer of Theosophical thought, and the recorder of all Theosophical activities." Articles by Constance Wachtmeister, Blavatsky, W.Q. Judge, Old, and G.R.S. Mead. The journal ceased shortly after Blavatsky's death in May 1891. Indexed by the Campbell Theosophical Research Library, Sydney, Australia, online at austheos.org.au. Boston University; University of Chicago; Yale University; Princeton University, etc.