Song of Solomon
Harold Fowler: Matthew
Paul Butler: Gospel of John
Don DeWelt: Acts Made Actual
T.R. Applebury: Studies in First Corinthians [also covers 2 Corinthians]
Paul T. Butler: Studies in First Corinthians.
Paul T. Butler: Studies in Second Corinthians.
Don Earl Boatman: Helps From Hebrews
Donald Fream: James and Jude (see above)
A good source of information on the early Latin Commentaries is
The earliest commentary on Revelation is dated to about 170 AD, and is contained in the Fragments of Bishop Melito of Sardis, known as "the Philosopher."
The next earliest commentary on Revelation is by Bishop Gaius Marius Victorinus, written about 260 A.D.
Victorinus has a recaputulation understanding of the Apocalypse, which from this very early date destroys both the Preterist and Futurist theories of the book.
E.W. Bullinger: Commentary on Revelation
Robert H. Charles: Studies in the Apocalypse
Barton W Johnson: Vision of the Ages
J. L.Martin: Voice of the Seven Thunders_Or Lectures on the Apocalypse
William Ramsay: Letters to the Seven Churches
Joseph A. Seiss 01: The Apocalypse
Joseph A Seiss 02: The Apocalypse
Joseph A Seiss 03: The Apocalypse
William H. Simcox: Revelation of St John
Justin A. Smith: Commentary on Revelation
James D Strauss: Revelation
Henry B. Swete: Apocalypse Of St John
Lee G. Tomlinson: Revelation
Adam C. Welch: Daniel and Revelation