The four texts below I discovered on the Old Ritualist Discussion section onf the Byzantine Forum LINK REMOVED
They are from the Old-Orthodox Church of the Nativity in Erie and are in both Old Church Slavonic and English side-by-side and are a priests edition with instructions for the entrance, vesting, proskomide, how to perform, added instructions, etc. from the time of the patriarchate of Patriarch Joseph of Moscow, the last patriarch before Patriarch Nikon.
For a long time I had heard of these texts and that they were not available as they were not published for sale at their bookstore. Yol can imagine my surprise and joy at finding out they are available for free online!
The link has been disabled to be in compliance with forum policies. Link of the PDFs are also disabled because there is no way for the user to preview them before downloading them to their computer.
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