Andrews (1781) ScotCS. in 5 MORISON, supra note 81.
Magistrates of Selkirk (1748) ScotCS, in henry home of KAMES, REMARKABLE DECISIONS from 1730 TO 1752.
De la Motte (1895) ScotCS, in 37 MORISON, supra note 81, at 16,138 (rejecting the right of a private citizen to institute a suit for perjury): Syme v.
Provost of Kinghorn (1771) ScotCS, in 17 MORISON, supra note 81, at 7373 (concluding that the Court of Exchequer's authority to conduct a general accounting did not displace the Court of Session's role in reviewing specific claims of malfeasance brought by citizens against the town's magistrates).
Scott (1809) ScotCS, in DECISIONS OF THE COURT OF SESSION supra note 119, at 469 (upholding the public's right to challenge the legality of the management of a toll road, despite the defender's "preliminary objection" as trustee of the road that the pursuers had "no title to appear in the present action" and had "no more interest in the road than any other person who travelled it").
Scott (1809) ScotCS, in decisions of the court of session, supra note 119, at 469 (common right to travel a well-maintained toll road); Gilchrist v.
Magistrates of Edinburgh (1794) ScotCS, in 5 morison, supra note 81.