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- Letters to Atticus
- Letters to Atticus, trans. by Eric Otto Winstedt (1912-1926)
- Epistles to Atticus, trans. by William Guthrie (1752)
- Letters to friends
- Letters to his brother Quintus
- Letter to Quintus on the duties of a magistrate, trans. by Cyrus R. Edmonds (1871)
- Letters to Brutus
Translations of LettersEdit
- The Letters Of Cicero; The Whole Extant Correspondence In Chronological Order, Vol. III.B.C.48-44 (February) {{(transcription project)
- Select letters; literally translated, trans. by Anonymous (1881)
- Select letters of Cicero, literally translated, trans. by Anonymous (1891)
- Letters of a Roman gentleman, trans. by Arthur Patch McKinlay (1926)
- Ciceronis Epistolae. The letters of Cicero, trans. by Christopher Duke Yonge (1872)
- The Letters of Cicero, trans. by Evelyn S. Shuckburgh (1899)
- The life and letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero, trans. by G. E. Jean (1880)
- Correspondence, trans. by Goddred Gilby (1561)
- Selected Letters, trans. by J. S. Watson (1897)
- Epistolae ad familiares, trans. by Joseph Webbe (1620)
- Selected Epistles, trans. by Thomas Brown (1720)
- Correspondence, trans. by William Haine & Johannes Sturm (1611)
- Elegent Epistles, trans. by William Melmoth (1814)
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