In the period, 1791 to 1792, Attorney General Randolph had several private parties as clients. Such cliens were involved in federal court cases and apparently also in state court cases. Such cases included:
Vanstophorst v MD (1791) -- Supreme Court of the United States
GA v Brailsford (1792) -- Supreme Court of the United States
Hayburn's Case (1792) -- Supreme Court of the United States
I believe Randolph also appeared for private parties in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the Circuit Court for the District of Pennsylvania during this time period (1791 to 1792).
Is there any record of what these clients paid Randolph and when payment was made?
Seth Barrett Tillman, Lecturer
Maynooth University Department of Law
New House -- #53