Also known as a "Harmony of the Four Gospels", this work by J. W. McGarvey and Philip Y. Pendleton is a complete chronology of the life of Christ, divided into titled sections and sub-divisions, with comments injected in the text.
Leighton Practical Commentary Robert Leighton (1611 – 25 June 1684) was a Scottish pastor and moderate puritan. He served as the Bishop of Dunblane, Archbishop of Glasgow, and Principal of the University of Edinburgh.
This is a technical Ephesians Colossians Commentary by a college professor of Greek and Hebrew, so it is very good. He has tried to get at the real meaning of the text, so his comments and commentary references are very good.
This one volume commentary was prepared by Robert Jamieson, A. R. Fausset and David Brown and published in 1871.
This Brethren Commentary by Ridout Pentateuch Commentary is a classic Brethren work.
Hengstenberg is a reformed theologian, and Hengstenberg Commentary is a set of classical commentaries.
The primary purpose of the Holman Apologetics Bible Commentary series is to equip readers to defend the reliability of Scripture and the historic evangelical understanding of its teachings.
Fleming's Bridgeway Commentary is a good commentary but not overly technical in style. It is good for Bible students. This commentary is easy to read, easy to understand.
This Methodist Coke Commentary is over the entire Old and New Testaments. He was involved in Missions.
This Commentary on Matthew is recommended in various quarters, because it has good linguistic and textual resources, as well as including historical, archaeological, theological, and other viewpoints.
This Congregationalist commentary is over the New Testament, and was written by various people.
This is a work on Hebrews by Sir Robert Anderson, looking at the Types in Hebrews which is a tremendous topic in and of itself. Note that this module is not in cmt format, but regular book format.