There are 114 titles associated with this firm.

Bakewell, Esther. The book of one syllable. Illustrated with six engravings. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1798.
Elliott, Mary B. Flowers of instruction: or, Familiar subjects in verse. By Mary Elliott. London: William Darton [formerly Junior; 58 Holborn], 1820.
Chapone, Hester M. Letters on the improvement of the mind; addressed to a lady. By Mrs. Chapone. With the life of the author. A New Edition. London: Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Thomas Cadell and William Davies, G. and W. B. Whittaker, Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, James Scatcherd and Letterman, Francis, Charles and John Rivington, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, John Harris and Son, Joseph Mawman [Ludgate], Charles Taylor [108 Hatton Garden], 1820.
Taylor, Emily. Letters to a child, on the subject of maritime discovery. By Emily Taylor. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1820.
Hack, Maria. Stories of animals: intended for children between five and seven years old. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1820.
Hack, Maria. Winter evenings, or, Tales of travellers. By Maria Hack. In four volumes. Vols. III and IV. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1820.
Taylor, Jane, and Ann T. Gilbert. Hymns for Infant Minds by the authors of "Original poems, —Rhymes for the nursery," &c. London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1821.
Cottin, Sophie R. Elizabeth; or the Exiles of Siberia. In Verse. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1821.
Hack, Maria. Harry Beaufoy; Or, The Pupil Of Nature. By Maria Hack. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1821.
Taylor, Jane, and Ann T. Gilbert. Hymns for Infant Minds. By the Authors of "Original Poems," "Rhymes for the Nursery," &c. London: B. J. Holdsworth, 1822.
Cottin, Sophie R. Elizabeth; or, the Exiles of Siberia. Translated from the French of Madame Cottin. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1822.
Gurney, Priscilla. Hymns selected from various authors for the use of young persons. By Priscilla Gurney. Norwich: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1822.
Hedge, Mary A. Letters on profane history, addressed to a beloved godchild. By M. A. Hedge, author of Affection's gift, To-morrow, &c. Second edition. Colchester: Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Swinborne and Walter, 1822.
Hack, Maria. Stories of animals: intended for children between five and seven years old. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1822.
Mant, Alicia C. The cottage in the chalk-pit. By Alicia Catherine Mant. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1822.
Merriman, Jane. The infant minstrel, or Poetry for young minds. By various female writers. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1822.
Hedge, Mary A. Twilight hours improved; or, the visit to Grandmamma. By M.A. Hedge, Author of Affection's Gift, To-Morrow, &c. Second edition. Colchester: Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Swinborne and Walter, 1822.
Hedge, Mary A. Samboe, or, The African boy by the author of "Twilight hours improved," &c. &c. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1823.
Byerley, Maria. Stories from Roman history. By a lady. Illustrated by copper-plates. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1823.
Hedge, Mary A. Twilight hours improved; or, the visit to Grandmamma. By M.A. Hedge, Author of Affection's Gift, To-Morrow, &c. Colchester: Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Swinborne and Walter, 1823.
Sturm, Cristoph C. Beauties of Sturm's Reflections; in lessons on the works of God, and of His providence. Rendered familiar to the capacities of youth by Eliza Andrews, author of Allegorical Miniatures, The Brothers, &c. The Eight Edition. London: G. and W. B. Whittaker, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, James Scatcherd, John Harris and Son, 1824.
Hack, Maria. Grecian Stories. By Maria Hack. Second Edition. London: G. and W. B. Whittaker, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Hack, Maria. Harry Beaufoy; Or, The Pupil Of Nature. By Maria Hack. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Wakefield, Priscilla. Pictures of English history, in miniature, designed by Alfred Mills. With descriptions. London: John Harris [1802-1819, 1825-1843], Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Crabb, Maria J. Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Opie, Amelia. The Negro Boy's Tale, a Poem, Addressed to Children. By Amelia Opie. Norwich: Simon Wilkin, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Hack, Maria. Winter evenings, or, Tales of travellers. By Maria Hack. In four volumes. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1824.
Elliott, Mary B. Innocent Poetry; Containing Moral and Religious Truths for Infant Minds. By Mary Elliott. London: William Darton [formerly Junior; 58 Holborn], 1825.
Hedge, Mary A. A visit to the elephant by the author of "Samboe," "Twilight hours improved," &c. Colchester: Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Swinborne and Walter, 1825.
Vaux, Frances B. Anne and Jane; or, The good child's reading-book. In words of one syllable. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Gurney, Priscilla. Hymns selected from various authors for the use of young persons. By Priscilla Gurney. Norwich: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Barbauld, Anna L. Lessons for children. In four parts. Part II. Being the first, for children of three years old. London: Rowland Hunter, Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Barbauld, Anna L. Lessons for children. In four parts. Part IV. Being the third, for children of three to four years old. London: Rowland Hunter, Baldwin, C. Cradock, and W. Joy, W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Byerley, Maria. Stories from Roman history. By a lady. Illustrated by copper-plates. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Opie, Amelia. Tales of the Pemberton Family; for the use of children. By Amelia Opie. Norwich: Simon Wilkin, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Mant, Alicia C. The cottage in the chalk-pit. By Catherine Alicia Mant. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1825.
Hack, Maria. Stories of animals: intended for children between five and seven years old. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1826.
Opie, Amelia. Tales of the Pemberton Family; for the use of children. By Amelia Opie. Norwich: Simon Wilkin, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1826.
Opie, Amelia. The Black Man's Lament; or, How to Make Sugar. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1826.
Reeve, Sophia. Christmas Trifles; Consisting Principally of Geographical Charades, Valentines, and Poetical Pieces, for Young Persons. By Mrs. Reeve. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, John Stacy, 1827.
Taylor, Jane, Ann T. Gilbert, and Adelaide O'Keeffe. Original Poems, for Infant Minds. By several young persons. Vol. II. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1827.
Barbauld, Anna, L., Amelia Opie, Felicia Hemans, Mary Tighe, Anne Knight, and Ann Taylor. Poetic Gleanings, from Modern Writers; with Some Original Pieces. By a governess. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1827.
Hack, Maria. Oriental fragments. By Maria Hack. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1828.
Crabb, Maria J. Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1828.
Krummacher, Friedrich A. The little dove: a story for children, founded on fact. Translated from the German. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1828.
Barton, Lucy. The work-box; or, Grandpapa's present. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1828.
Bourne, Jane. The fisherman's hut, and other tales for children. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1829.
Merriman, Jane. The infant minstrel, or Poetry for young minds. By various female writers. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1829.
Krummacher, Friedrich A. The little dove: a story for children, founded on fact. Translated from the German. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1829.
Hack, Maria. Harry Beaufoy; Or, The Pupil Of Nature. By Maria Hack. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1830.
Martineau, Harriet. Five Years of Youth; Or, Sense and Sentiment. By Harriet Martineau. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1831.
Knight, Anne. Mary Gray: a tale for little girls. By Anne Knight. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1831.
Hack, Maria. Stories of animals, second series. Intended for children between seven and ten years old. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1831.
Crabb, Maria J. Tales for children, in a familiar style. By Maria Joseph Crabb. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1831.
Parrott, Marianne. The Pastor’s Family; Or, the Sister Preceptress. By the Authoress of “The Son and the Ward”. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Nathaniel Hailes [168 Piccadilly], 1831.
Vaux, Frances B. Anne and Jane; or, The good child's reading-book. In words of one syllable. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1832.
Hack, Maria. Geological sketches and glimpses of the ancient earth. By Maria Hack. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1832.
Barbauld, Anna L. Hymns in prose for children by the author of "Lessons for children". London: W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Baldwin and C. Cradock, Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Thomas Hamilton and William Adams, John Souter [St. Paul's Churchyard], 1832.
Taylor, Emily. Tales of the Saxons. By Emily Taylor. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, 1832.
Parrott, Marianne. The Pastor’s Family; Or, the Sister Preceptress. By the Authoress of “The Son and the Ward”. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Nathaniel Hailes [168 Piccadilly], 1832.
Frank, Mary. Miscellaneous Poems, and Paraphrases of Select Passages of the Hebrew Scriptures. By Mary Frank. London: Joseph Harvey and Samuel Darton, Edmund Fry, 1833.