Sallust, with an English translation by J. C. Rolfe. Loeb edition, 1921.
At Google Books.

Latin Texts.

The Conspiracy of Catiline as related by Sallust. Allen and Greenough. Revised by J. B. Greenough and M. G. Daniell. Boston: Ginn & Company, 1901. —A school edition, with long quantities marked throughout and plentiful notes.

C. Crispi Sallustii de Catilinae conjuratione belloque Jugurthino Historiae. Animadversionibus illustravit Carolus Anthon. Editio quarta, prioribus longe emdatior. Boston: Hilliard, Gray and Co.; New York: G. and C. and H. Carvill; London: Richard James Kennett, 1833.
Editio septima. Accedunt notulae quaedam et quaestiones, cura Jacobi Boyd, LL.D. London: Thomas Tegg & Son, 1839.
Sallust’s Jugurthine War and Conspiracy of Catiline. With an English commentary, and geographical and historical indexes. By Charles Anthon, LL.D. Tenth edition, corrected and enlarged. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1864.

Sallust’s Catiline. With explanatory notes and a special vocabulary. For the use of schools. By Albert Harkness, Ph. D. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1878.

The Catiline of Sallust. Edited for the use of schools, with introduction, notes, and vocabulary, by G. H. Nall, M.A. With illustrations. London: Macmillan & Co., 1961 (reprint of 1902 edition). —“This elementary edition of Sallust’s Catiline is intended for the use of pupils who are not sufficiently advanced for the editions published by Messrs. Macmillan in their ‘Classical Series.’ ”

C. Sallusti Crispi Catilina, Iugurtha, Orationes et Epistulae, Excerptae de Historiis. Recognovit Agel W. Ahlberg. Edition maior. Lipsiae in aedibus B. G. Teubneri, 1919.

English Translations.

Caius Crispus Sallustius the Historian translated into English. To which are prefixed the Life and Character of the Author and His Works. By John Rowe, Esq. Second edition, revised and corrected throughout. 1715.

The Works of Sallust, translated into English. With political discourses upon that author. To which is added, a translation of Cicero’s four Orations against Catiline. London: T. Woodward and J. Peele, 1744. (The long dedication is signed “T. Gordon.”)
The same, but different title page adding author’s name (“Thomas Gordon, Esq.”), and different bookseller: R. Ware, no date. The rest of the interior appears to be identical to the above. A much better scan at the Internet Archive.

The Works of Sallust. Translated into English by the late Arthur Murphy, Esq. London: James Carpenter and J. Cuthell and P. Martin, 1807.

Sallust. Translated by William Rose, M.A., with improvements and notes. 1830. London: Printed by A. J. Valpy, M.A. Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, 1830.

Sallust. Translated by William Rose, M.A., with improvements and notes. New-York: J. & J. Harper, 1831. —“Harper’s Stereotype Edition.”

Sallust, Florus, and Velleius Paterculus, literally translated, with copious notes and a general index. By the Rev. John Shelby Watson, M.A. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1852.
Another copy.

The Catiline of Sallust. Translated with historical notes and introductions. By Alfred W. Pollard, M.A. Second edition, revised. London: Macmillan and Co., 1913. —Also includes The Jugurthine War, though for some reason it is not mentioned on the title page.
1882 edition.