All works published in 1812; and written anonymously.
- The Trial, at Large of William Booth, and His Associates, George Scot, the Three Yates’s, John Barrows, and Elizabeth Chidlow, for Forgery, Coining, &c. At The Stafford Summer Assizes, 1812, Before Mr Justice Le Blanc. (book, 45 pages)
- The Trial of William Booth, of Perry Barr, In The County of Stafford, For Forgery, At Stafford Summer Assizes, 1812. Before Sir Simon Le Blanc, One of The Judges of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench. (pamphlet, 15 pages, includes four pages on an unrelated trial)
- The trial and execution of William Booth Who was Executed at Stafford, on Aug. 15, 1812 For Counterfeiting Forged Bank of England Notes (handbill)
- The life, trial, and execution, of Wm. Booth, who was executed at Stafford on Saturday, Aug. 15, 1812, for forgery & coining. (broadside)
Only the last of these was published after Booth's botched execution.