Recall the post about the mysterious Cornelius J. Clifford, S.J., the "American Tyrrell"? Well, he has surfaced again.
In trying to learn about this figure, I had come across reference to a Latin play for which he served as editor while teaching at St. Francis Xavier's in New York as a professor of rhetoric. I hadn't mentioned it in the previous post.
Just a day or two after that posting, I happened upon this book. How uncanny is that! I don't think he published all that much, and this little work is rather rare - it was printed as a guide for the play itself, and constitutes a rare bit of Catholic Americana.
The play is Plautus's "The Two Captives". It was performed in Latin; the book gives the Latin and English on facing pages.