Source: Bell's Weekly Messenger, No.1827, Sunday, April 3, 1831.
The banking house on Messrs. Bond, Sons, and Pattisall, stopped payment on Monday morning. As regards the money-market it is an event of no importance, as the connexions of the house lay little, if at all, among the capitalists, but will cause much inconvenience to numbers of London tradesman and manufacturers, the class by which it was chiefly supported. A favourable statement has been made relative to the situation of the house, which is said to possess the means of paying a considerable dividend within a short period.