One reformed character on the list:
Uriah HeepRead about another reformation on Mullan's list.
Near the end of David Copperﬁeld, Dickens's hero embarks on a tour of a new model prison. There, in adjacent cells, he ﬁnds two exemplary inmates: his old foe Uriah Heep and Littimer*, Steerforth's sinister valet. Heep is admired by his jailors for "his pious admonitions to everybody around him".
*Littmer is one of Mullan's ten best valets in literature.