As I have mentioned, Charles Goodall & Son was not the only company to issue card-game rule-booklets during the period 1868-1922 (with which this blog is primarily concerned). The main other company was Thomas De La Rue and Co., and I have talked about them a little on this blog. But there were also other companies which published card-game rule-booklets during the period under discussion. I would guess that Jessel’s bibliography is the main general source of information on the kinds of things that were published. (The term “32mo” is a key term, if you are looking at Jessel in search of relevant listings.)
As for me, I have almost no card-game rule-booklets that were published by any company other than the two main ones. One I do possess was published by W.H. Willis & Co. It is not dated, but a website called “The World of Playing Cards” states that Willis was in operation “c. 1869-1893,” and basically that the company stopped its playing-card business in 1887.
Following is a scan of the front cover, shown with a Goodall card from a Bezique pack (to demonstrate the size of the booklet).
Following is a scan of the inside front-cover and title page.
Following is a scan of the last page and inside back cover.
Jessel does show (I believe) four works published by Willis. I believe that the work shown above is not listed specifically, but it is probably a later edition (or printing) of a Bezique booklet Jessel lists.