Of a Sunday, wall-street is deserted as Petra; and every night of every day it is an emptiness.
Dr. Ferris and a wall-street broker cosily persuaded the judge in my presence, "to make me comfortable!"
Among them I saw a face or two quite familiar in wall-street.
The old man stared at his daughter, with an expression that had made many a wall-street financier turn pale with apprehension.
The moral ideas that he had brought from Down East, were just as dashing as his wall-street corners.
It partook of wall-street brevity, which is thought to be necessary in the rush of a midday snack or meal.
Two or three faces resemble those one often sees in wall-street, or on Change, in Boston.
In Broadway and wall-street, trees are planted along the side of the pavement.
No form should deceive him, not even if it condescended, in its new shape, to issue from wall-street instead of Chestnut!
Messenger boys drop in and out, and a telephone connects with the office of a prominent wall-street brokerage firm.
"U.S. financial world," 1836, from street in New York City that is home to many investment firms and stock traders, as well as NYSE. The street so called because it ran along the interior of the defensive wall of the old Dutch colonial town.