It was an exaggerated assertion from me, I recognize. But this list cannot compare with the one in this thread. Most of your selection is taken from books of fiction.
I have the account of the roll over tiger vs the lion in 1960, that is like the only account at that time in Beatty's whole career of a tiger killing a lion, and from what he said later in 1965, the tiger only won when it had a distinct advantage, no doubt the lion killed was either a young male just being broken into the act, or an old one that was disadvantaged or caught by surprise. In other words, it was a fluke.
The Courtney Riley Cooper account the tiger was actually the one killed, the author was just saying in the clashes between those to particular cats at that time, the tiger was winning. And why, because King Edward was off feed, he was sick, after the lion ate and felt better, it killed the tiger. I researched this account below and it was actually a lioness that was killed not a male lion. Here is the same account below as the one above, and its says it was a lioness.
Over all there are virtually no adult male lions in good health killed by tigers in an even match through history. To which Beatty agreed, it takes an unsual advantage for the tiger to beat a lion or at least finally kill it, all the other accounts out there verify that he was right. But one has to look at the backround these accounts, the age gender health, and scenario is not always mentioned in the accounts shown.
Here is all the times a tiger has killed a male lion, its almost never against a healthy adult male. http://wildanimalwarfare.yuku.com/topic/10/Tiger-kills-male-lions#.VqaJ-VLm2sx