Botts, John Minor. The great rebellion: its secret history, rise, progress, and disastrous failure. By John Minor Botts, of Virginia. The political life of the author vindicated. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1866.
------. Letter from Mr. Botts. [To the editors of the Whig]. Washington: J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, 1848].
------. Letters of John Botts, of Virginia, on the Nebraska question. Washington: J. T. & L. Towers, printers, 1853.
------. The past, the present, and the future of our country. Interesting and important correspondence between opposition members of the legislature of Virginia and Hon. John Minor Botts, January 17, 1860. Washington, D.C.: Printed by L. Towers, .
------. Speech of John Minor Botts, at a dinner at Powhatan Court-house, Va., June 15, 1850. [Richmond?: The Richmond Times, 1850].
------. Speech of Mr. Botts of Virginia, on the bill to incorporate the subscribers to a fiscal bank of the United States. Delivered in the House of Representatives, August 4, 1841. Washington: Printed at the National Intelligencer Office, 1841.
------. Speech of the Hon. John M. Botts, delivered before the Order of United Americans, in Academy of Music, New York : on the 22d February, 1859, being the 127th anniversary of Washington's birthday. New York: McKee & Co., .
------. Speech of the Hon. John Minor Botts, delivered on the occasion of a complementary dinner, at Newark, N. J., on the 19th of September, 1853. Newark, N.J.: Printed on the steam press of the Daily mercury, 1853.
------. To the Whigs of Virginia. [Washington]: J. & G. S. Gideon, printers, .
------. To the whole Whig party of the United States. [Washington: J. & G.S. Gideon, printers, 1848].
------. Union or disunion. The union cannot and shall not be dissolved. Mr. Lincoln not an abolitionist. Speech of the Hon. John M. Botts, at Holcombe Hall, in Lynchburg, Virginia, on Thursday evening, October 18. [Lynchburg?, Va.: 1860].
A defence [sic] of the President, against the attacks of Mr. Botts and the Clay party. [Washington: Madisonian Office, 1843?]
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Pendleton, John S. Hon. John S. Pendleton's answer, to the attack of the Hon. John M. Botts, made against him in the Culpepeper Observer, 1867. [Richmond, Va.?: N.p., 1867?]