Goode, William, a clergyman of the Church of England, rector of Allhallows the Great and Less, London, and later dean of Ripon, died in 1868. He was a prominent and prolific writer of the Low-Church school. Among the best known of his works are: The Extraordinary Gifts of the Spirit (London, 1834): — The Established Church (1834): — Tracts on Church-rates (1840): — The Divine Rule of Faith and Practice (1842, 2 volumes; 2d ed. 1853, 3 volumes), directed against the views of Dr. Pusey concerning the value of tradition as a rule of faith: — Tract XC historically refuted (1845): — Doctrine of the Church of England as to the Effects of Baptism in the case of Infants (1849): — Vindication of the Church of England on the Validity of the Orders in the Scotch and Foreign non-Episcopal Churiches (3 pamphlets, 3d ed. 1852).