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Abridgement of the Book of Common Prayer (1773) This Deist-leaning abridgment of the 1662 BCP by Benjamin Franklin and Francis Dashwood is now available online thanks to Richard Mammana and Charles Wohlers.1911 (Canada) Services and Prayers Authorized for Use in the Diocese of New Westminster and Kootenay AO Editor Richard Mammana has digitized this book used to supplement the 1662 BCP in western Canada.It has now been digitised by AO Editor Richard Mammana.1962 (Canada) The Prayer Book Society of Canada has scanned and made available online the English text of the 1962 Canadian Book of Common Prayer.The French text is on Chad Wohlers's general BCP website.1958 (England) The Interim Rite This undated adaptation of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer Order for Holy Communion follows the recommendations of N. Williams’s 1928 essay For the Present Distress: A Suggestion for an Interim Rite.1960 (Ghana) The 1960 Book of Common Prayer of the Anglican Church of Ghana This BCP, available on Charles Wohlers' website, is a revision of the 1662 Prayer Book with slight modifications to reflect Ghanaian independence and local Anglo-Catholic practice.1961 (USA) A Functional Liturgy This early effort in the revision of the US 1928 BCP was prepared by the Revd Bonnell Spencer of the Order of the Holy Cross.
A successor to this Liturgy was proposed in 1977 but failed to gain approval.
While this liturgy retains traditional language, it incorporates a number of significant changes that distinguish it from its 1928 predecessor.'The Qu'Appelle Liturgy This 'early part of the process of liturgical revision that culminated in the 1985 Book of Alternative Services was published during the tenure of the seventh Bishop of Qu'Appelle, George Clarence Fredrick Jackson (1907-1990, diocesan bishop 1960-1977).'1970 (Papua New Guinea) The Niugini Liturgy 'This diocesan eucharistic liturgy was published seven years before the formal inauguration of the Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea.
Many local languages in this province have been used for Anglican liturgical translations, but English serves as a lingua franca.
1947 (South India) The Order of Service for the Inauguration of Church Union in South India, with the Form of Consecrating the First New Bishops and the Order of Service for the Ordination of Presbyters1951 (England) The Order for the Celebration of Low Mass according to the Use of the Illustrious Church of Salisbury Closely Rendered into English, Rubricated and Presented in a Usable Form, together with an Appendix of Notes Mainly Historical and Expository1953 (England) The Lord's Service for the Lord's Children Between 19, two hundred thousand copies of this instructed eucharist, with its coloring pages, were distributed to Church of England children.
This was the last edition, with the State Prayers updated for Queen Elizabeth II.c.