The price is a tad steep at USD $300, but considering the rarity of such a work and its condition (for volumes that were probably handled often), I'd say it's worth the investment if you can afford it.
I stumbled upon this at abebooks.com:
John, Marquess of Bute, K.T.
The Roman Breviary Reformed According to the Holy Oecumenical Council of Trent; Published by Order of Pope St. Pius V.; and Revised by Clement VIII. and Urban VIII,; Together with the Offices Since Granted. Translated Out of Latin into English
William Blackwood Dublin 1879 TWO VOLUMES complete. 2,979+ pages, 19 cm., red leather, amrbled endpapers, introduction and rubrics. Hardcover. Fair to Good. Ex library copies. Taped on spines and hinge of vol. 1. Books are tight and cmplete. First ever complete English translation of the Divine Office.
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