I was excited yesterday to discover an out-of-copyright English translation of the Life of St. Augustine by his friend Possidius. The translation was done in 1919 along with a Latin text, originally as a dissertation (which is online here at Archive.org), then published in the same year.
The text escaped me because it was published under a Latin title, which usually signifies a Latin text without translation. I suspect it escaped a lot of people! It is my intention to scan it and place it online.
I’ve not read it yet, but the life is apparently not a hagiography but more a biography. If so, this would make it valuable.
The Edinburgh translators of St. Augustine’s works — now found in the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers series — commissioned a translation of Possidius along with the Augustine. Unfortunately they commissioned it from a busy man, who never actually made the translation.