Here on the side-walk, close by me, sits a money-changer and broker.
He was employed as correspondent in the office of Monsieur Desmarquay, a money-changer.
The money-changer returned the picture with a polite note, requesting the artist to restore the damaged part.
A money-changer detecting a light napoleon is nothing to it.
Born in 1827, at Groningen, the son of a money-changer, he carried money-bags in his early years to the banking-house of Mesdag.
I do not like this last author, this Abarbenel, the worse for having been a money-changer.
The Chinese money-changer sets his apprentice at work handling good money only.
In Chrêtien this character is an 'Eskiékier,' rather a money-changer than a merchant.
He tried a money-changer with better success; he knew Daireh, but had not seen him for months.
It appeared that he had chatted a few moments with his friend the money-changer.
(Matt. 21:12; Mark 11:15; John 2:15). Every Israelite from twenty years and upwards had to pay (Ex. 30:13-15) into the sacred treasury half a shekel every year as an offering to Jehovah, and that in the exact Hebrew half-shekel piece. There was a class of men, who frequented the temple courts, who exchanged at a certain premium foreign moneys for these half-shekels to the Jews who came up to Jerusalem from all parts of the world. (See PASSOVER.) When our Lord drove the traffickers out of the temple, these money-changers fared worst. Their tables were overturned and they themselves were expelled.