Later occupants included a London merchant, a Lord High Treasurer of England and other well-connected types including, in 1667, a Sir Walter Walker, Judge Advocate of the Queen's Consort.
What does LHT stand for?
LHT stands for Lord High Treasurer
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Samples in periodicals archive:
It took 32 years to complete, and was created for Elizabeth I's Lord High Treasurer, the first Lord Burghley.
Scotfact The office of Chancellor has its roots during the reign of Henry VIII when it was the job of the Lord High Treasurer to balance the books.