Book of Common Prayer from
the Church of Ireland's website; in English and Irish Gaelic
Church of Ireland website also has a number of additional worshiup resources.
Book of Common Prayer
Book of Common Prayer in
The 1878 Book
of Common Prayer, adopted upon disestablishment, as PDF graphics
from Google Books.
(Proposed) Amendments to the Book of Common Prayer (1861): Proposals to move the Prayer Book in a decidedly Protestant direction.
Book of Common Prayer (The English 1662 BCP with
has an 1849 edition of the original MS copy of this book, richly annotated
by Archibald John Stephens, in three volumes: Vol.
III (Griffiths 1849/24).
Also from Google Books are 1739 (Griffiths 1739/10) and 1785 printings (Griffiths 1785/6), both from G Grierson of Dublin.
("Griffiths" indicates references in David Grifftihs' Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer.)
to several liturgies
Service of the Word, Compline)
may be found on Oremus
to 1801, the Prayer Book of the Church of Ireland was nearly identical
to that of the Church of England, and from 1801 until 1871 they
were completely identical as the two Churches were united. After
1871, however, the Church of Ireland became independent and disestablished,
and so developed its own Prayer Book in 1878. There was a revision
in 1926, and another in 2004.