From The Order of Divine Services According to the Usage of the Russian Orthodox Church, by Peter Fekula and Matthew Williams, St. John of Kronstadt Press, Liberty, TN, 1997 [ISBN 0-912927-90-9], p. 236.
Canons to the Savior: Glory to Thee Our God, glory to Thee.
The Resurrection (from the Octoechos): Glory to Thy holy Resurrection, O Lord.
The Cross and the Resurrection (from the Octoechos): Glory to Thy precious Cross and Resurrection, O Lord.
Penitential canons and troparia: Have mercy upon me, O God, have mercy upon me.
The Cross: Glory to Thy precious Cross, O Lord.
The Trinity: Most holy Trinity, our God, glory to Thee.
The Theotokos: Most holy Theotokos, save us.
The Forerunner: Holy great John, Forerunner of the Lord, pray for us.
Angels and Archangels: Holy Archangels and Angels, pray for us.
St. Michael the Archangel: Holy angelic Commander of God Michael, pray to God for us.
Apostles: Holy apostle of Christ, N., pray to God for us.
Evangelists: Holy apostle and evangelist of Christ, N., pray to God for us
Prophets: Holy prophet of God, N., pray to God for us.
Bishops: Holy hierarch, father N., pray to God for us.
Martyrs: Holy (great-) martyr N., pray to God for us.
Martyred bishops and priests: Holy hieromartyr N., pray to God for us.
Monks: Venerable father N., pray to God for us.
Nuns: Venerable mother N., pray to God for us.
Lay men and women: Holy righteous N., pray to God for us.
Fools for Christ’s sake: Holy blessed N., pray to God for us.
Princes: Holy right-believing prince N., pray to God for us.
Princesses: Holy right-believing princess N., pray to God for us.
Equals of the Apostles: Holy Equal-of-the-Apostles, N., pray to God for us.
Anointed Sovereigns: Holy God-crowned Emperor (or King), N., pray to God for us.
Prophet Elijah: Holy glorious prophet of God Elijah, pray to God for us.
Unmercenary healers: Holy unmercenary and wonderworker, N., pray to God for us.
Before the penultimate troparion: Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit.
Before the final troparion: Now, and ever, and unto the ages of ages. Amen.
In place of the “Glory…” at the 9th Canticle: Let us bless the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, the Lord.
(Compiled by Fr. Patrick B. O’Grady)
The more usual verses of the canons are the following:
Before each of the resurrectional troparia: Glory to Thy holy resurrection, O Lord.
Before each of the troparia for feasts of the Master, as well as the compunctionate troparia and those of the Cross found in the Parakletike (Octoechos): Glory to Thee, our God, glory to Thee. (But note that in the Russian tradition, on Feasts of the Lord: Glory, O Lord, to Thy holy [Nativity, Transfiguration, etc.].)
Before each of the troparia for the feast of the precious Cross: O Cross of Christ, save us by Thy power.
Before theotokia and stavrotheotokia: Most holy Theotokos, save us.
Before troparia of saints: O Saint(s) of God, intercede for us.
Before each of the martyrika of the funeral canons: By the intercessions of Thy martyrs, O Christ God, grant rest to the souls of Thy servants.
Before each nekrosima (troparia for canons of the dead): Blessed are they whom Thou hast chosen and taken unto Thyself, O Lord. Or: Their souls shall dwell among good things.
Before each of the troparia of the Great Canon (of St Andrew): Have mercy on me, O God, have mercy on me.
In the 8th ode, instead of Glory to the Father…, the verse of the biblical 8th ode is said: We bless Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the Lord.