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A Lost Novel
Jane Austen?

An Analytical Essay

Osric Allen

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The author identifies a rare novel published in 1806 as a probable addition to     Jane Austen's juvenilia.    
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For those who ponder about how dealers can make money from selling a book for a penny, there is an excellent article published this week in the UK's national newspaper, the Guardian.  Unwanted books are donated (as in other countries) to charity shops but in the USA charity shops are offloading stock to specialist businesses - and the majority are offered on Amazon for 1p.  In the article, Mike Ward of Thrift Books is quoted: 'We only make a few cents on a penny book sale . . . but keep in mind that last year we sold 11.5m books!'
  Anyone who wants to know how the figures work out should read this item.

The term 'megalister' is often used to describe on-line sellers who claim to have a title but when it is sold through their website, buy it from the original source - asking it to be drop shipped. 
  A more up to date term 'bookjackers' is being applied to highlight this aspect of the trade.  Zubal books in the USA has taken a lead in highlighting this practice and has named some 40 sites.
  This practice is not helping the trade's image but what can be done about it?  If you have any suggestions as to how a website, where groups of dealers upload titles to sell, can protect their images and descriptions from being copied, let us know.  Your views on this subject would be most welcome.



1. Spanish Lessons for Antiquarian Booksellers in Budapest
2. Groningen Halal Butcher Displays Rare Books on Cattle in Shop Window
3. London's Historic Inn Library Welcomes Antiquarian Booksellers to Pop Up Amidst
    its Shelves
4. Vienna's Brand New Museum of Literature Says Yes to Antiquarian Booksellers
5. 19th Century Woolshed in the Australian Bush Hours from a Major City Becomes
    a Book Fair
6. Rare Books for Sale on Top of a Chicago Skyscraper

Guess . . .

What will these locations - and a number of other quirky locations with antiquarian booksellers have in common next Thursday April 23?

Yes . . .


Want to liven up the antiquarian book world? Want to introduce others to the world of out of print books? Read more

Australia: Shakespeare's First Folio lends drama to the Sydney ILAB Pop Up Book Fair
ANZAAB will hold three Pop-up Book Fairs on 23 April 2015, in Sydney and in country Victoria (Dunkeld and Hamilton). The Sydney pop-up fair will be held in the Gallery Room, Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW, and will be launched at 12 midday by Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir.
  In conjunction with the Sydney fair, the State Library of NSW will showcase its rare Shakespeare First Folio titled Mr. William Shakespeares comedies, histories, & tragedies. Holding 36 of the Bard's original plays, it is the only known copy in Australia and will be on display alongside the Library's copies of the Second, Third and Fourth Folios. The Library's rare books expert, Maggie Patton, will be on hand to share fascinating stories including the near loss of 18 of Shakespeare's original plays and how the Library came to possess the First Folio.
  Western Victoria is the home to ANZAAB members Guy Stephens (Bellcourt Books) and Roz Greenwood (Roz Greenwood Old and Rare Books), who, together with local booksellers Brian and Betty Lacy, have organized not one but two Pop-up Book Fairs. The first of the two fairs will be held in the shared foyer of Hamilton's Library and Art Gallery from 11.30 am to 1.30pm. The second fair will take place in Dunkeld in the early evening at the Mount Sturgeon Woolshed, a superb bluestone colonial building. Visitors will be able to enjoy a glass of wine at the fair and, afterwards, attend a celebratory dinner at or which a special set menu has been devised.
  Visit for more information

USA: Can you really make a living by selling used books on Amazon for a penny?

Sometime in early 2013, in Dallas, Texas, a generous reader donated his impeccable first-edition copy of Philip Roth’s Our Gang to the local Goodwill store, its royal blue dust jacket gleaming as brilliantly as it did in 1971.
  There it sat on a shelf, priced at $1, until a semi-trailer from Books Squared whisked it away among 3,000 other leftovers. At the Books Squared warehouse in south-west Dallas, Our Gang was checked and processed by receivers and a scrupulous quality-control team, who deemed the book “like new” before scanning it into their computer system to be sold online. Read more
[This is a lengthy article that appeared in the Guardian but well worth reading. Ed]

New Zealand: Featherston - a new book town
The small Wairarapa town of Featherston is connecting to its history with WW1 and railways to become New Zealand’s member of the International Organisation of Booktowns (IOB). The founding group is Creative Featherston Inc.
  Featherston Booktown’s website has been launched and invitations sent to second-hand and antiquarian bookshops, authors and book related artisans throughout New Zealand to take part in a major two day celebration of the book in October this year. Featherston has been accepted to the first level of membership by the IOB, joining Hay on Wye in the UK, Clunes, Vic. in Australia and a score of other towns from Norway to Korea. Read more

USA: Improbable libraries: unusual places to bury your head in a book
Does your library arrive at your home on an elephant? Perhaps it floats down the river? Is it in your local telephone box, railway station – or even your back garden? Librarians have a long history of overcoming geographic, economic and political challenges to bring the written word to an eager audience. They continue to live up to that reputation, despite the rapid and sweeping changes in how we read and share books in the 21st century. Part of the change is architectural. Instead of the stately structure in the centre of town with which we are usually most familiar, your local library might now be anything from a pop-up to an imaginative architectural masterpiece resembling a shelf of books or the inside of an iceberg. Read more

UK: David Nicholls: Browsing bookshops then buying online is a 'genteel form of shoplifting'
One Day author David Nicholls has spoken of how 'a town without a bookshop is missing something', as figures show that 57 independent bookshops [selling just new books] closed in the UK last year. According to the Booksellers Association, the number of independent booksellers in the UK continues to decline. Ten years ago, in 2005, there were 1,535; five years ago, in 2010, there were 1,159; and in 2014, there were 939.
  Giving the keynote speech at the London Book Fair’s Digital Minds conference on Monday, the bestselling writer spoke of the six months he has spent touring with his latest novel Us, published last autumn. During the publicity tour he noticed the closure of stores in New York and London, singling out the loss of Exmouth Market’s Clerkenwell Tales for particular regret. “I felt an all too familiar sadness, usually accompanied by guilt because while you’re sorry the shop has gone, you’re also vaguely aware that you hadn’t bought anything there for a while,” he told his audience. Read more

International: 'Bookjackers' - who they are, what they do, and why YOU should NEVER purchase from them.
Zubal Books had been selling books online since about 1995. Over the years the business has seen many changes in our own company's site as well as at sites like,, and Alibris.
  One of the worst developments has been the rise of the BOOKJACKERS.
  Who is a bookjacker? A more appropriate question may be what is a bookjacker. From Zubal has been able to piece together, there are about 40 'sellers' on major websites. Read more

UK: Labour Party claims last government of 'failing to protect public libraries'.
Labour has accused the Coalition Government failing in its duty to protect public libraries, saying its legacy would be 'boarded-up libraries and fewer people opening the front door, let alone opening a book.'
  In statements from political parties published this month in Post-Lib, the journal for the Retired Members Guild of CILIP, the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, shadow culture minister Chris Bryant attacked the Government record, and laid out his own party's vision for libraries. Read more

Australia: Rare books including one owned by King Charles I donated to Victoria's state library
Rare first-hand accounts of the execution of King Charles I are among an extraordinary collection of books and pamphlets donated to the State Library of Victoria (SLV). Valued at up to $8 million, the collection also contains early editions of noted writers including Chaucer, Milton, Defoe, and Swift. Read more

USA: In This Digital Age, Book Collecting Is Still Going Strong
Dealers say demand for rare and collectible books has stayed stable despite disruption from digital media. Digital disruption notwithstanding, book collecting appears to be alive and well, sustained in part by the very same people who are driving adoption of smartphones, tablets, e-readers and the like.
  Take J T Bachman, a 28-year-old architect with Rockwell Group in New York. He gets his news from digital sources but prefers printed material when reading for pleasure and says he has become a recent convert to book collecting. Mr. Bachman says he has about 100 new, used and out-of-print titles on his shelves, including the architectural tome 'Herzog & de Meuron: Natural History' by Pierre de Meuron and Jacques Herzog, and plans on buying more. Read more

UK: Age shall not weary them: Diana Athill, 97, and Edna O'Brien, 84, are stars of London book fair
Diana Athill published her previous memoir, a Costa award-winning, and bestselling, reflection on ageing and death, at the age of 90. Intending it to be her final book, she called it Somewhere Towards the End. But the end, it turns out, is still a way off, as Athill is currently writing a further volume of memoir, to be published next year just in time for her 99th birthday. Read more


UK: PBFA's Travel & Exploration Book Fair, Sunday 19 April
The next Travel & Exploration Book Fair, now in its 20th year, takes place on Sunday 19 April at The Royal Geographical Society (RGS) 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR. Admission is £2 (RGS fellows free). Refreshments are available. The fair runs from 11.00am - 5.00pm offering a chance to purchase rare and beautiful books and manuscripts detailing travels to all parts of the world. It attracts interest from not only seasoned collectors of books and travel memorabilia, but also has a strong appeal to the public in general.
  John Bonham, organiser of the fair and RGS fellow, said: “The fair offers an experience that online buying simply can’t match – the buzz of being at a book fair and the chance to see and handle rare books owned by dealers, all of whom have an expert knowledge of their field. For many first time visitors it can mark the beginning of a new quest in life.”
  This year’s fair features books, photographs, maps, prints, and ephemera that celebrate several anniversaries:
 - Centenary of Shackleton’s Endurance expedition to the Antarctic;
 - 150th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, by Edward Whymper
    and his party;
 - and the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
  Twenty-five booksellers will also offer the public a chance to buy items relating to travel and exploration in all regions of the world: Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, the Poles, as well as books on military expeditions and mountaineering:
  To see the lists of highlights and exhibitors visit the PBFA's website.

UK: PBFA's Oxford Book Fair, 25 and 26 April
The annual PBFA Oxford Book Fair is one of the largest events in the antiquarian, rare and second-hand book, map, print and ephemera calendar. In 2015 over 100 dealers will offer tens of thousands of rare and collectable items.
  The venue is the Oxford Brookes University, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane, Oxford OX3 0BP. Admission: £2 or free via the website - opening hours are Saturday 25 April from Noon - 6.00pm, and Sunday 26 April 10.0am-4.00pm.
  The Oxford Mail has published a preview headed - "Wings for Victory" campaign in Oxfordshire revealed by artwork thought to be unpublished.
  This year the organisers have erected 12 lamp post banners along roads where the traffic is frequently slow moving - these should attract a wider audience.
  For further information please contact: Tom Lintern-Mole (07921 151496, or Peter Hill (07703 533866,


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International: AntiquarianAuctions' Sale No. 42
The on-line auction site is running Sale Number 42 from today until 5.30 pm (UK Time) on Thursday 23 April. 400 items are being offered by booksellers from the UK, US, Canada, South Africa and Slovenia.

L-R: Frederick Sander's Reichenbachia, & John Barrow's A Voyage to Cochinchina. Click on images to enlarge.

Some of the highlights are Lot 2: Frederick Sander's Reichenbachia. Orchids Illustrated and Described, a complete set of the four elephant folio volumes published between 1888 & 1894. Altogether 192 orchid species are reproduced by chromolithography from original paintings by Henry G Moon with 434 pages of accompanying descriptive text (in English, French and German) and line drawings. A very good set, printed by J French of London over a period of eight years (Reserve $12,500).
  Lot 13. John Barrow's A Voyage to Cochinchina in the Years 1792 & 1793. Containing a General View of the Valuable Productions and the Political Importance of this Flourishing Kingdom, illustrated with 18 hand coloured aquatint plates after by W. Alexander and Samuel Daniell (Reserve $2000).
 L-R: Voyages à travers le monde et l'industrie des nations, and Opera.

  Lot 25. Jean-Baptiste Amable Rigaud's Voyages à travers le monde et l'industrie des nations, (circa 1868), with sixteen hand coloured lithographs. The last section concerns Oceania and Australia. The chapters in the section on the Americas include sugar cane, cotton, Mexico, California, Panama, Araucania, Guayana, Brasil, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile and Patagonia (Reserve $300).
  Lot 142. Josephus: Opera. [The Greek Editio Princeps]. The first edition of classical Jewish historian Josephus' works in their original Greek, taken from the manuscripts of the Spanish ambassador to Venice, Diego Hurtado Mendoza, and arranged and edited by Dutch humanist scholar Arnoldus Arlenius. Beautifully printed, with Froben's printer's mark of two crowned serpents entwining a caduceus on the title-page, this book is an excellent example of the quality of typography and scholarship which was so dynamic in the 16th century (Reserve $3000).
Daniell's African Scenery and Animals Click on images to enlarge

  Finally lot 150, Daniell's African Scenery and Animals (1976), is a copy of the fine facsimile reprint of the large folio of aquatint plates first published in 1804-5. This is AntiquarianAuctions' contribution to the ILAB Pop Up Book Fair project which will be held on World Books & Copyright day on 23rd April. All proceeds will be donated to the UNESCO-ILAB World Book Day initiative 2015 (see Sheppard's Newsletter No. 409, 10th April, for full details).
  All lots are extensively illustrated on the site. To bid please register at:
Booksellers wishing to sell on Antiquarian Auctions' monthly sales should contact: 


Australia: Michael Treloar's Military History Auction, 30 April
The next on-line auction is on Military History and it starts at 19:00 ACST on Thursday 30 April 2015.
  The lots include a fine selection of rare and important photographs, letters, ephemera and books relating predominantly to the First World War, including sections on 19th-century military history, the Boer War and the Second World War.
  Highlights include a superb group of fifteen unrecorded panoramic photographs of Gallipoli, a collection of unique half-plate glass negatives featuring First World War Australian servicemen, a suite of graphic (and very candid) letters from an Australian soldier on the Western Front, and the identity tag of a prisoner of war of the Japanese in the Second World War.
  For more information visit: or write to


Words that have fallen out of use

Here is another - can you recall a word or phrase that has fallen out of use?

'Cockalorum: noun. A boastful person'.

If you have a favourite word that is no longer commonly used, do send it in. Ed.


UK: Brocante
Ros King (Heatons, Tisbury) writes: In Tisbury (Wiltshire) we are holding a town wide 'Brocante' on the Bank Holiday Monday 4 May with spaces for stalls and a talks from a local bookdealer Jane Arnold plus Marc Allum and others. Information re stalls etc visit as more sellers the better.

UK: Temple Bookbinders, Oxford
Temple Bookbinders has just launched a new newsletter. Add your name to the mailing list. Read more


UK: The Bookhunter on Safari
Readers might like to follow Laurence Worms (ABA's immediate Past President), as he writes about the trade and the dealers he visits on his safari around the UK!
  Click on image to read his latest posting.

 Bookhunter on Safari


International: Sheppard's Trade Suppliers
This new service consists of a database that allows suppliers to appear under headings that apply to their business.  It is possible that some companies / traders might appear under more than one heading.
  To create a trade entry - select trade Suppliers from the menu on Sheppard's Confidential.  Complete the contact details and add a few words to promote your business.  You can also upload a photo to appear in your entry. 
  Your business / trading name will also appear in Sheppard's Confidential - which will keep your name in front of our many readers.  This goes every week except for the Christmas break.
  The list is also accessible via the Home Page on
  The cost of the service - as it is promoting your business to collectors and dealers in 44 countries - is just £12 per year.

Fair Organisers Promotion of Exhibitors' Top Titles  
Fair organisers can now offer additional promotion of dealers' titles that they intend to bring to the event.  If a fair manager can obtain details of the top three titles from their exhibitors, paste them into the template provided and send the result by-mail to us, we will convert it to a PDF and attach it to a display panel to go out to collectors and dealers via Sheppard's Confidential.
  The main benefit is that the list will be brought to the notice of all our readers rather than sitting on a website which is passive.
  Most of our services are free but we are asking £10 for the insertion per fair - whether it is inserted into one or more more editions of Sheppard's Confidential.
  For more information, write to 

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Readers who also subscribe to search our database (Sheppard's World or Find a Dealer) know that it is possible to send an e-mail to selected dealers with 'offers' or 'books wanted'.  When creating e-mails, the sender cannot see the recipient's e-mail address so if the recipient does not reply, the sender will never know their address.

Dealers - please update your entry
We ask ALL dealers registered on Sheppard's World to visit their entry at least once a year (See Para in our Conditions) to correct and make any amendments to their entry which our paying subscribers expect to be current.
  If you think your entry might be incorrect, please update it as soon as possible.

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Past editions can be found on our website.  We show the last 16 editions - all of which are in a PDF format.  Earlier ones are available but on request.
  Please note that shortly, any past editions retained in the original HTML format by our readers for reference will find that the advertisements and images will disappear.
  We recommend that you download a PDF version for permanent retention.

Searching dealers' catalogues
We have a large number of dealers' catalogues on and these can be searched using Acrobat Reader. For anyone not used to searching these catalogues - once the file has been opened on your PC, there are two ways to search for a title. Either hold the Control key down (Ctrl) and hit `F' and enter all or part of the title, or click `Edit' then either `Find' or `Search'.
  When you find the title you seek - please contact the dealer direct - the information is usually at the start of the file.

Access to Sheppard's Confidential
Please note that you should use the same Logon ID and Password to access  There are calendars of fairs and auctions - and catalogues submitted by dealers. These are in PDF form so that you can search for titles within each catalogue.

Attention - organisers of Fairs, Auctions and Festivals
If dates for next year's events are known - do create new entries as soon as possible. Dealers and trade members who organise book fairs, auctions and festivals can create entries for the events they are organising.   Although any late changes must still be sent in by e-mail, we have made a major improvement.
  The entry form used to create entries has been changed.  For those organisers of multiple fairs where the majority of details remain the same for each month - the form now allows you to save the first entry - and use the same entry with amendments of date, or time etc. for the next entry.  This is designed to save you time in creating entries.
  To create the entry, use the same LoginID (as for Sheppard's World) and password but on the sister website - preview existing entries (in case we have it already) then select `Add New Entry'.
  All entries will be checked before they appear live on the calendar - so please allow some 48 hours for this.  If your event is already there, please e-mail any amendment to


Catalogues on Sheppard's Confidential
Catalogues sent in are uploaded to our website where they can be searched and browsed.  Placing them on one location makes it quicker for users to locate catalogues containing the subjects of books in which they are interested.  So we welcome catalogues from all members of the trade.
 For anyone not used to searching these catalogues - once the file has been opened on your PC, there are two ways to search for a title. Either hold the Control key down (Ctrl) and hit `F', or click `Edit' then either `Find' or `Search'.
We now offer the additional service of converting your files into formats that suit devices such as 'smart phones', e-readers' and 'tablets'. But to obtain the best layout, please also send in your Word or HTML file.

If you use an iPad and have had difficulty in seeing PDF files, please download iDownloader to your device first.

During 2014 our site attracted a huge number of visits from the public, collectors and dealers. In the 12 months of last year, 43,400 people visited the summary page of catalogues - that's over 3,600 a month. And over 5,540 downloads resulted of which 4,700 were PDF files. One feature of our site is that visitors can search across ALL the PDF files in one hit using a key word or expression.
  This shortens the search time and makes the site a very effective. So it is well worth your time to have your catalogues added.

Catalogues received this week include:

Gaston Renard Pty Ltd (Nautical books)

Jeffrey Stern (Virginia Woolf and Bloomsbury)
R G Watkins Books and Prints (Recent acquisitions)
Sanders of Oxford Antique Print & Maps (Oxford from the unusual to iconic)
Bibliophile (Postal bargains)

UK: New books on special offer to UK based dealers registered on Sheppard's World.  The latest catalogues issued this month from Gazelle Book Services are on:


To download these and all others - there are over 100 listed - go to: Catalogues

Please contact dealers direct and mention where you saw the book! Note that catalogues remain on view for approximately four to seven weeks.
  New catalogues are always welcome. If you have one, then please send it to us at:
 Note: Files please in a PDF format but we can convert Word and HTML files. If possible please add your contact details at the top of the first page, a summary of subjects and a total of items on the first page after the cover.


Letters to the Editor
[The views and opinions expressed in this letters column are not necessarily those of either the Editor or the Publisher. We welcome letters on any subject concerning the trade.]

Edinburgh Book Fair
Dear Sir
Andy Betchley's letter about the licence fee that booksellers are charged in Edinburgh is a bit puzzling. It would be interesting to know what right Edinburgh Council has to charge such fees. Maybe the law is different in Scotland, but it is difficult to see how anyone can be asked to buy a licence to sell books at a fair.
  When I used to run a book fair in Leicestershire, Leicester City Council relied on their market charter to insist that anyone who wanted to hold a market (in the legal sense) within 6 miles of the Leicester market would need the City Council's permission - which was given in exchange for paying them a few hundred pounds. I battled with them about this, challenging them to produce the charter, but they never did.
  So on what basis and on what authority is Edinburgh Council charging individuals for a licence, and what happens if people just ignore it? Maybe it's a job for the local MP or MSP to take on.
David Siddons, Forest Books, Uppingham, Rutland.

Book Towns
Dear Sir
As a point of information England has only one Book Town, Sedbergh, the other two are located in Scotland & Wales! Or as stated later in UK. Richard van der Voort, At the Sign of the Dragon Bookshop, Wigtown, Scotland.
[Thank you for pointing this out. We missed this in the the news item that appeared in the Bookseller. Their report is also now out of date - see 'Featherston - a new book town' in this week's News. Ed.]


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To see the publisher and author for the titles shown below - click here.
  If you have a copy for sale then notify the dealer by sending your e-mail address via this site. Latest additions to the list are shown in bold.

Certain Odd Anagrams
Codex Chiromantiae, Appendix A. Dactylomancy, Or Finger-Ring Magic, Ancient, Mediaeval And Modern.
Codex Chiromantiae, Being A Compleate Manualle Of Ye Science And Arte
Criminous Clerks
Down Those Mean Streets a Gentleman's Gentleman Must Go; or, What Ho Hornblower
Engraving a Diamond
Eocene Mollusca from Nigeria
Every Schoolboys Knows
Frost Fairs on the Thames
Hodges Against Chanot: Being The History Of A Celebrated Case.
Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society
Kisses Of Fate. A Study Of Mere Human Nature
Lady Macbeth. A Study.
Monkeys and Chimeras
Nature. A Weekly Journal Of Science
Old Men Remember
Our Noble Selves. A Portion of an Epic
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
Proceedings of the Linnean Society of London
Proceedings Royal Institution of Great Britain
Prolegomena Towards The Study of The Chalk Foraminifera
Queries: Past, Presemt & Future
Saxton Churchm Lead Chapel & Towton Church
suggestions for the improvement of the law of copyright
The Ancestry Of The Violin
The Cheetah-Girl
The Florist and Pomologist, and Suburban Gardner
The Gods of the Fourth World
The Heart of England
The Origin and Manufacture of Playing Cards
The Real Pirates of Borneo
Very Large Numbers
William Stickney 1764-1848 of Ridgemont
With the British Association in South Africa
Ye Magic Mirrour of Old Japan
Ye Roll of Ye Set of Odd Volumes

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