There are 82 titles associated with this firm.

Kendall , E.A. (1808). Keeper's travels in search of his master. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1808). Memoirs of the philadelphia society for promoting agriculture. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Benjamin Warner [Market Street] Robert H. Small.
(1809). Harvest home representing the progress of wheat in a series of elegant engravings. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1809). Harvest home representing the progress of wheat in a series of elegant engravings. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Unknown , [. (1809). The mother's gift, or, remarks on a set of cuts for children. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1810). Clarissa dormer; or, the advantages of good instruction. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Nepos , C., & Vossius , G.J. (1810). Cornelii nepotis vitae excellentium imperatorum: cum versione anglicana, in qua verbum de verbo, quantum fieri potuit, redditur: notis quoque anglicis, & indice locupletissimo. or, cornelius nepos's lives of the excellent commanders. with an english translation, as literal as possible: with english notes, and a large index. by john clarke, late master of the public grammar-school in hull. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street] Thomas and William Bradford. Benjamin Bronson Hopkins & Co. Bennett & Walton. Edward Earle. C. & A. Conrad & Co. Bradford and Inskeep (Philadelphia) Kimber and Conrad. Stephen Pike.
, A. (1810). Fabulae aesopi selectae, or select fables of aesop; with an english translation, more literal than any yet extant, designed for the readier instruction of beginners in the latin tongue. by h. clarke, teacher of the latin language. Philadelphia: Bennett & Walton. C. & A. Conrad & Co. Benjamin Bronson Hopkins & Co. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Mathew Carey. Thomas and William Bradford. Edward Earle.
Taylor , J., & Taylor (later Gilbert) , A. (1810). Select rhymes for the nursery. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Unknown , . (1810). The pullet, or, a good foundation for riches and honour. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Unknown , . (1810). The two boys: or, the reward of truth. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1810). Youthful amusements. a new edition. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Elliott , M.B., & Belson , E. (1811). Innocent poetry. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Unknown , . (1811). My friend, or incidents in life, founded on truth, a trifle for children. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1811). The fall of adam. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Goldsmith , O. (1811). The grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of alexander the great. by dr. goldsmith. two volumes in one. fourth american edition. Philadelphia: Benjamin Bronson Hopkins & Co. Bennett & Walton. Mathew Carey. Thomas and William Bradford. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. C. & A. Conrad & Co. Kimber and Conrad.
Goldsmith , O. (1811). The grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of alexander the great. by dr. goldsmith. two volumes in one. fourth american edition. Philadelphia: Benjamin Bronson Hopkins & Co. Bennett & Walton. Mathew Carey. Thomas and William Bradford. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. C. & A. Conrad & Co. Kimber and Conrad.
Satchel , J. (1811). Thornton abbey: a series of letters on religious subjects. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Peacock , L. (1811). Visit for a week; or, hints on the improvement of time. containing original tales, entertaining stories, interesting anecdotes, and sketches from natural and moral history. a new edition. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Thomas and William Bradford. Kimber and Conrad. Bennett & Walton. Benjamin Bronson Hopkins & Co. Mathew Carey [121 Chesnut Street] Stephen Pike. Benjamin and Thomas Kite.
Hays , S. (1812). Tales for little children. by s. hays. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
Sproat , N. (1813). Ditties for children. by a lady of boston. Philadelphia: Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner.
(1815). Selectae e profanis scriptoribus historiae. quibus admista sunt varia honeste vivendi praecepta, ex iisdem scriptoribus deprompta. haec editio philadelphiensis prioribus certe emendatior, et juventati utilior--accurante ric. dabney. Philadelphia: Mathew Carey. Bennett & Walton. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Emmor Kimber. Edward Parker. Isaac Peirce. Kimber & Richardson. Abraham Small.
Fénelon , F.d.S.d.L.M. (1815). The adventures of telemachus, son of ulysses. in two volumes. translated from the french of m. françois salignac de la mothe-fenelon, archbishop of cambray. by john hawkesworth, ll. d. Philadelphia: Mathew Carey. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Emmor Kimber. Bennett & Walton. Isaac Peirce. Benjamin C. Buzby. Abraham Small.
Fénelon , F.d.S.d.L.M. (1815). The adventures of telemachus, son of ulysses. in two volumes. translated from the french of m. françois salignac de la mothe-fenelon, archbishop of cambray. by john hawkesworth, ll.d. Philadelphia: Benjamin C. Buzby. Bennett & Walton. Abraham Small. Isaac Peirce. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Emmor Kimber. Mathew Carey.
Fénelon , F.d.S.d.L.M. (1815). The adventures of telemachus, son of ulysses. in two volumes. translated from the french of m. françois salignac de la mothe-fenelon, archbishop of cambray. by john hawkesworth, ll.d. Philadelphia: Isaac Peirce. Abraham Small. Benjamin C. Buzby. Bennett & Walton. Jacob Johnson & Benjamin Warner. Emmor Kimber. Mathew Carey.