CC Antya 4.166

‘jagadānanda priya āmāra nahe tomā haite
maryādā-laṅghana āmi nā pāroṅ sahite
Word for word: 
jagadānanda — Jagadānanda Paṇḍita; priya — more dear; āmāra — to Me; nahe — is not; tomā haite — than you; maryādā-laṅghana — transgressing the etiquette; āmi — I; — not; pāroṅ — can; sahite — tolerate.
Translation: 
“My dear Sanātana, please do not think that Jagadānanda is more dear to Me than you. However, I cannot tolerate transgressions of the standard etiquette.