HPB Press was established in London by the American brothers James Morgan Pryse and John Morgan Pryse at the request of Madame Blavatsky in 1889. One of the major products of the press was a periodical, The Vahan. Pryse wrote, "In 1895 by advice of Mr. Judge and Dr. Keightley, I shipped the original H.P.B. Press, which belonged, to Dr. Keightley, to Dublin, joined the lodge there, and for over a year helped Russell and the others to get out the Irish Theosophist.
- James Morgan Pryse, "George William Russell, Poet of the Inner Life," The Canadian Theosophist 16.6 (August 15, 1935). Available at KatinkaHesselink.net.