Cambridge: W. Heffer, Ltd., 1931-1932. First Edition. Wrappers. 10 fascicles, square 8vos (8 1/4" x 6 5/8"), sewn green wrappers with lithograph of an ever-green spreading Yew tree, No. One "Bast," 60pp.; No. Two "Josephus and his Testimony," 35pp.; No. Three "The Magi," 32pp.; No. Four "Nicodemus," 22pp.; No. Five "When and Where?", 44pp.; No. Six "The Masts of the "Mayflower," 21pp. +  Ads; No. Seven "Denderah," 48pp.; No. Eight "Scarabs," 28pp.; No. Nine "Justin Martyr and Menander," 25pp. +  ads; No. Ten "The Builders of Stonehenge," 73pp. +  ads. Very Good + / None. Item #1681
Rev. Dr. J. Rendel Harris (1852-1941), an immensely learned and intrepid Quaker savant, was a superb New Testament scholar, expert in Syriac and related languages (becoming Curator of Manuscripts at the The John Rylands Library), and really remarkable expert on a broad range of sometimes obscure but surprisingly significant subjects.
Sets of Harris's occasional and important essays are RARE.
This is a complete set (Nos. 6-9 being from a different though same size set, so their wrappers are darker) with clean pages, occasional B&W illustrations, general fading, and a few loose bindings (one or two becoming detached with torn wrappers' spines). No. 10 "The Builders of Stonehenge" has a frayed spine (see illustration) but is holding well.