From Anecdotes about Nineteen Century Authors

W. H. Mallock, best known for The New Republic, was an undergraduate at Balliol College in the time of Dr. Jowett. He was not a favourite of Jowett's, but he records his kindness—`a kindness which survived many outbursts of what I thought was somewhat petulant disapproval'.

Note from Charles Swinburne, from Literary Anecdotes