In the period 1791-1792, Attorney General Randolph had several private parties as clients. Such clients 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
The legal citation would be [1808-1884] 01 KY 4. The topic covered over court jurisdiction is actually very interesting legally because the grandson of this particular Sultan-in-exile was found to not be a British subject in a matter later (the family having been restored to the Kedah throne).
Yes, the report was published in 'Cases heard and determined in Her Majesty's Supreme court of the Straits Settlements, 1808-1884, Volume 1' compiled by James Norton Kyshe. You can find it at https://archive.org/stream/cu31924080340304/cu31924080340304_djvu.txt