Harrison Hall (November 5, 1785 - March 9, 1866) was an American magazine publisher, engraver, bookseller, and surveyor active in Philadelphia and Maryland in the early 19th century. Hall was born in Maryland and lived in Philadelphia from at least 1818 to 1863. He was a non-graduate member of the University of Pennsylvania class of 1803, and by 1812 he was a partner in the Philadelphia firm of Capp and Hall. He was the publisher of The Port Folio, the first and oldest literary magazine in America, which he acquired in 1815. During his long career as a publisher he befriended many of the American luminaries of his day, including Thomas Jefferson. He moved to Cincinnati in 1865 where he died one year later, in 1866. His brother was the famous author, James Hall.