It was then published as a folio photographic facsimile in 1870; the book used here is a reprint from a year later'.The 1662 BCP as engraved by Charles Sturt in 1717 'There is no actual printing of text —the entire book, including the text, was engraved by hand on 188 silver plates, which allowed extreme detail to be recorded.
1928-1941 (USA) The Holy Eucharist Simplified in Accordance with Ancient Tradition on the Basis of the Book of Common Prayer This undated revision of the BCP was prepared by William Palmer Ladd, and known as the Berkeley Rite.1938 (Melanesia) A Book of Common Prayer Authorised for Use in Churches and Chapels in the Diocese of Melanesia AO editor Richard Mammana has digitized this significant early BCP revision, first published in 1938 under the direction of Bishop Walter Hubert Baddeley (1894-1960), seventh Bishop of Melanesia.The Anglican Eucharist in New Zealand 1814-1989, by Bosco Peters.'This is the story of changing from one of the most liturgically conservative, conforming Anglican churches to being one of the most radical and varied.1964 (Africa) A Liturgy for Africa 'The 1958 Lambeth Conference set out principles for liturgical changes for the Anglican Communion; this Liturgy for Africa was the first result of these new developments.'The People's Order of the Mass and Other Prayers 'Bernard Markham (1907-1984) was Lord Bishop of Nassau and the Bahamas from 1962 to 1972; he served as an assistant bishop in the Diocese of Southwark from 1972 to 1984.This publication from the beginning of his episcopate reflects the strong Anglo-Catholic heritage of Anglicanism in the West Indies.'1965 (England) A New Mass Book for the Laity Incorporating All the Most Recent Changes in the Liturgy This Anglo-Papalist booklet is an early incorporation of the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council in a Church of England context.1966 (Wales) The Proposed Revised Service for Experimental Use.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.