WASHINGTON SQUARE by Henry James CHAPTER I During a portion of the first half of the present century, and more particularly during the latter part of it, there flourished and practised in the city of New York a physician who enjoyed perhaps an exceptional share of the consideration which, in the United States, has always been bestowed upon distinguished members of the medical profession.
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Henry James was the brother of the philosopher and psychologist William James.
Americans used to pick up these classical intaglios in Europe, back in the Henry James days, and have them set as rings.