Slater, Samuel 1629?-1704
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Samuel Slater was a clergyman and non-conformist minister ejected in 1662.
According to "The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature", Slater published the following:
Epithalamium: or Solomon's song digested into meter. 1653.
A rhetorical rapture at the mournful movingt of his highness stately effigies. 1658; facs in J. W. Draper, A century of broadside elegies, 1928.
Poems in two parts. 1679; tr German, 1706.
Slater also pbd sermons and other religious works.
From the Dictionary of National Biography, Volume 52 - 1897
An Earnest Call To Family-Religion: Or, A Discourse Concerning Family-Worship... Samuel Slater - 1694 - 312 pages