There are 15 titles associated with this firm.

Unknown, . A museum for young gentlemen and ladies; or a private tutor for little masters and misses. Containing a variety of useful subjects; ... London: William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], Crosby and Letterman, Elizabeth Newbery, Benjamin Collins, 1800.
Charnock, John. An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. I. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. London: Robert Faulder, George, George, and John Robinson, Alexander and James Black and Parry, Thomas Egerton [32 Charing Cross], George Nicol [Pall Mall], Charles Law, John Sewell [Cornhill], John White [Fleet Street], William, James and John Richardson, Leigh and Sotheby, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, William Otridge and Son, I. and J. Boydell, Francis and Charles Rivington, Thomas Payne II, William Heather and Co., Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row], John Debrett [179 Piccadilly], John Wright [169 Piccadilly], John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Jordan Hookham [100 New Bond Street], James Carpenter and Co., Joseph Bell, Crosby and Letterman, John Bunney and Joyce Gold, William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], David Steel, John Hardy and Sons, Lackington, Allen and Co., Edmund Lloyd [24 Harley Street], S. Deighton, 1800.
Charnock, John. An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. II. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. London: Robert Faulder, George, George, and John Robinson, Alexander and James Black and Parry, Thomas Egerton [32 Charing Cross], George Nicol [Pall Mall], Charles Law, John Sewell [Cornhill], John White [Fleet Street], William, James and John Richardson, Leigh and Sotheby, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, William Otridge and Son, I. and J. Boydell, Francis and Charles Rivington, Thomas Payne II, William Heather and Co., Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row], John Debrett [179 Piccadilly], John Wright [169 Piccadilly], John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Jordan Hookham [100 New Bond Street], James Carpenter and Co., Joseph Bell, Crosby and Letterman, John Bunney and Joyce Gold, William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], David Steel, John Hardy and Sons, Lackington, Allen and Co., Edmund Lloyd [24 Harley Street], S. Deighton, 1801.
Mason, Charlotte. The lady's assistant for regulating and supplying the table; being a complete system of cookery. Containing the most select bills of fare, properly disposed, for family dinners of five dishes to two courses of eleven and fifteen ; with bills of fare for suppers, from five to nineteen dishes ; and several desserts : including the fullest and choicest receipts of various kinds, and full directions for preparing them in the most approved manner, by which a continual change may be made, as wanted, from the several bills of fare. Likewise, directions for brewing, making english wines, raspberry, orange, and lemon-brandies, &c. Also, remarks on kitchen poisons, and necessary precautions thereon. With an appendix, containing general particulars on the breeding, rearing, and management of poultry, on the business of dairy ; and on the management of the kitchen and fruit garden. Originally published from the manuscript collection of Mrs. Charlotte Mason, a professed housekeeper, who had upwards of thirty years experience in families of the first fashion. The eighth edition, enlarged, corrected, and improved to the present time. London: William, James and John Richardson, Crosby and Letterman, Thomas Hurst [Paternoster], John Walter [Homer's Head, Charing Cross], Thomas Kay, James Scatcherd, Elizabeth Newbery, Richard Lea [Greek Street, Soho], James Mathews [or Matthews], John Sewell [Cornhill], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Lackington, Allen and Co., P. McQueen, James Tindal, 1801.
Porter, Jane. The Two Princes of Persia. Addressed to Youth. By I. Porter. London: Crosby and Letterman, B. Tabart, 1801.
Charnock, John. An history of marine architecture. Including an enlarged and progressive view of the nautical regulations and naval history, both civil and military, of all nations, especially of Great Britain; derived chiefly from original manuscripts, as well in private collections as in the great public repositories: and deduced from the earliest period to the present time. In three volumes. Vol. III. By John Charnock, Esq. F.S.A. London: Robert Faulder, George, George, and John Robinson, Alexander and James Black and Parry, Thomas Egerton [32 Charing Cross], George Nicol [Pall Mall], Charles Law, John Sewell [Cornhill], John White [Fleet Street], William, James and John Richardson, Leigh and Sotheby, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, William Otridge and Son, I. and J. Boydell, Francis and Charles Rivington, Thomas Payne II, William Heather and Co., Thomas Norton Longman And Owen Rees, James Wallis [46 Paternoster Row], Henry Delahoy Symonds [Paternoster Row], John Debrett [179 Piccadilly], John Wright [169 Piccadilly], John and Arthur Arch [Gracechurch Street], Ann Vernor and Thomas Hood [Poultry], Jordan Hookham [100 New Bond Street], James Carpenter and Co., Joseph Bell, Crosby and Letterman, John Bunney and Joyce Gold, William Darton and Joseph Harvey [Gracechurch], David Steel, John Hardy and Sons, Lackington, Allen and Co., Edmund Lloyd [24 Harley Street], S. Deighton, 1802.