Pomeroy, John N. A Treatise on Equity Jurisprudence As Administered in the United States of America. Adapted for All the States and to the Union of Legal and Equitable Remedies under the Reformed Procedure. San Francisco and New York: Bancroft-Whitney and Lawyers Cooperative, 1941. Five volumes. 914; 1134; 1063; 1104; 716 pp. Reprinted 1995 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN 1-886363-05-6. Cloth. $595. * Still being cited in the highest appellate courts, "[o]ne of the main strengths of Pomeroy is the treatment of the fundamental principles or maxims of equity: that treatment is unrivaled in any modern equity text." Peter McDermott, International Trade and Business Law Annual 2(2):297 (1996). "Few modern textbooks are of permanent value. Pomeroy's Equity Jurisprudence is an exception. Albert J. Beveridge in Vanderbilt, Studying Law, p. 27. "As a book of reference, indeed, it will outrank the Restatements.... As an encyclopedia, too, Pomeroy is useful as indicating some of the reaches of our equitable process." Virginia Law Review 29:507-9.