Richard Slater (25 November 1634 – 17 August 1699) was an English politician.
He was born the eldest son of Anthony Slater, a grocer of Cheapside, London and Stainsby, Stainton, Yorkshire and entered Lincoln's Inn in 1651.
He died aged 64. He had married Elizabeth, with whom he had three daughters.
- "SLATER, Richard (1634-99), of Nottingham and Nuthall, Notts.". History of Parliament Online. Retrieved 21 March 2013.
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|Member of Parliament for Nottingham
With: Robert Pierrepont 1660–1685
Sir William Stanhope
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