I don't see it in the same light somehow.
Written by Helen Kaye
(8/20/2013 3:31 p.m.)
in consequence of the missive, You bring up some good points, penned by Erica M.
Rochester is not hypocritical, IMO. He sees his own faults as well as those of others, he is impatient with Blanche because he sees her for who she is, a scheming woman ready to marry for money.
Yes, he dislikes Jane more for her treatment of Jane and not Adele as has been pointed out. Rochester rises above his prejudices, or rather, the prejudices of his class shown by the talk between Blanche, her sister, brother and the dowager. Mr. Rochester sees past Jane's occupation and recognises a kindred spirit in her. He is therefore above Blanche and her set. His treatment of Adele is mostly kind and Jane herself recognises it as well.