Bkaʼ-rgyud-pa (Sect) -- Rituals. : Tibetan Buddhist chant : musical notations and interpretations of a song book by the Bkah Brgyud Pa and Sa Skya Pa sects / Walter Kaufmann ; translations from the Tibetan by Thubten Jigme Norbu.
Christianity -- Rituals. : Vitis degeneris, or, The degenerate plant : being a treatise of antient ceremonies : containing an historical account of their rise and growth, their first entrance into the Church, and their gradual advancement to superstition therein / written originally in French, but now for general information and benefit, faithfully translated into English.
Church of Scotland -- Rituals. : Collections and observations methodised concerning the worship, discipline, and government of the Church of Scotland [electronic resource] : in four books / by Walter Steuart.
Freemasonry -- Australia -- Victoria -- Rituals. : The ritual of Holy Royal Arch : as revised and adopted by the Committee appointed by the Supreme Grand Chapter of Victoria to secure uniformity of working / A. B. Templeman, Chairman of Committee ; edited by T. Ford, H. W. Sinclair.
Freemasons -- Rituals -- Early works to 1800. : Shibboleth: or, every man a free-mason. : Containing a history of the rise, progress, and present state, of that ancient and noble order. Likewise The true and Original Form used in making a Free-Mason; with the Lectures, Oaths, and Obligations, of each Degree. ---- The Sign, Token, and Word, by the Observation of which a Person may gain Admittance into any Lodge, and pass for a Free and Accepted Mason. With many curious Observations and Remarks, worthy the Notice of Free Masons, and others. By a pass'd master. To which is added, a new and complete list of all the regular and constituted lodges, &c.
Freemasons -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Rituals. : Richmond Lodge, No. 10. [electronic resource] : Brother, You are requested to meet your brethren, at their lodge room on [blank] o'clock, in order to pay the last tribute of respect to our deceased brother [blank] By order of the Master, Benjamin Moseby, sec'y. Richmond [blank]