Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire

This is an incomplete list of people who have served as Lord Lieutenant of Warwickshire. Since 1728, all Lord Lieutenants have been Custos Rotulorum of Warwickshire. Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick 1569–1570 vacant Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick bef. 1587 – 21 February 1590 vacant William Compton, 1st Earl of Northampton 29 October 1603 – 24 June 1630 Spencer Compton, 2nd Earl of Northampton 17 July 1630 – 1642 Robert Greville, 2nd Baron Brooke 1642 Basil Feilding, 2nd Earl of Denbigh 1643 Interregnum James Compton, 3rd Earl of Northampton 18 July 1660 – 15 December 1681 Edward Conway, 1st Earl of Conway 23 January 1682 – 11 August 1683 Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland 5 September 1683 – 29 March 1686 George Compton, 4th Earl of Northampton 29 March 1686 – 5 December 1687 Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland 5 December 1687 – 20 June 1689 George Compton, 4th Earl of Northampton 20 June 1689 – 21 July 1715 John Montagu, 2nd Duke of Montagu 21 July 1715 – 5 July 1749 Francis Greville, 1st Earl Brooke 3 October 1749 – 29 June 1757 Francis Seymour-Conway, 1st Marquess of Hertford 29 June 1757 – 14 June 1794 George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick 6 February 1795 – 2 May 1816 Francis Seymour-Conway, 2nd Marquess of Hertford 19 July 1816 – 28 June 1822 Henry Greville, 3rd Earl of Warwick 18 July 1822 – 10 August 1853 William Craven, 2nd Earl of Craven 12 September 1853 – 12 March 1856 William Leigh, 2nd Baron Leigh 12 March 1856 – 21 October 1905 Hugh Seymour, 6th Marquess of Hertford 27 November 1905 – 23 March 1912 William Compton, 5th Marquess of Northampton 7 May 1912 – 15 June 1913 William Craven, 4th Earl of Craven 18 July 1913 – 10 July 1921 Francis Leigh, 3rd Baron Leigh 8 August 1921 – 16 May 1938 Lord Henry Charles Seymour 20 June 1938 – 18 June 1939 John Verney, 20th Baron Willoughby de Broke 28 August 1939 – 15 January 1968 Charles Smith-Ryland 15 January 1968 – 1989 Francis FitzRoy Newdegate, 3rd Viscount Daventry 19 March 1990 – 17 January 1997 Sir Martin Dunne 17 January 1997 – 30 March 2013 Timothy Cox 2 April 2013 – present J.

C. Sainty. "Lieutenancies of Counties, 1585–1642". Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research. J. C. Sainty. List of Lieutenants of Counties of England and Wales 1660-1974. London: Swift Printers Ltd. Leigh Rayment's Peerage Pages

Jonathan Bomarito

Jonathan Bomarito is an American professional racing driver from Monterey, California. After much success in karting and two years driving in Grand-Am Cup, Jonathan Bomarito moved to Formula Ford 2000 USA in 2003 and won the championship; the next year he finished 9th in points. The following year he captured his first series finished 5th in the championship. 2007 saw him finishing 5th again. In 2008, he was the Atlantic Series runner-up, he competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona in 2005, 2008 and 2009. In 2010, Bomarito was regular driver of the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series driving a Mazda RX-8's GT class, he achieved five podiums, finishing fourth in the championship. Bomarito finished fifth in the standings in the GT class Drivers' championship in 2011 and 2012, with one win and four podiums in both seasons, he completed the 2012 Petit Le Mans with a Dodge Viper GTS. In 2013, Bomarito became SRT Motorsports' official driver in the American Le Mans Series. In a SRT Viper GTS-R and with Kuno Wittmer as co-driver scored two podiums, finishing 13th in the Drivers' Championship GT class.

They contested the 24 Hours of Le Mans with Tommy Kendall as third driver, finishing ninth in class. Bomarito remains in the team in the new United SportsCar Championship in 2014. With Wittmer, scored two victories at Indianapolis and Austin. Atlantic Championship bio

The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke

The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 2001, is a collection of all science fiction stories written by Arthur C. Clarke: it includes 114 in all arranged in order of publication, "Travel by Wire!" in 1937 through to "Improving the Neighbourhood" in 1999. The story "Improving The Neighbourhood" has the distinction of being the first fiction published in the journal Nature; the titles "Venture to the Moon" and "The Other Side of the Sky", are not stories but the series titles for groups of six interconnected stories, each story with its own title. This collection is only missing a few stories, for example "When the Twerms Came" which appears in his other collections More Than One Universe and The View from Serendip; this edition contains a foreword by Clarke written in 2000, where he speculates on the science fiction genre in relation to the concept of short stories. Furthermore, many of the stories have a short introduction about their publication history or literary nature.

In addition to the printed edition, an audio edition was published by Fantastic Audio in 2001. The audio edition, comprising five volumes, runs nearly fifty hours. An electronic edition of the book was published in four volumes by RosettaBooks in 2012. Of the above 114 pieces, 95 were published in six major short story collections during Clarke's lifetime, they are distributed as follows: "Expedition to Earth" "Reach for Tomorrow" "Tales from the White Hart" "The Other Side of the Sky" "Tales of Ten Worlds" "The Wind from the Sun" Note that nos. 50 and 68 above are not short stories but two cycles of six pieces each. Collections consist of collected material, with the following exceptions: The Best of Arthur C. Clarke: 1937–1971 The Sentinel The Wind from the Sun Tales from Planet Earth As can be seen, of these 12 "new stories", 10 are reprinted in The Collected Stories; the missing ones are a movie outline of The Songs of Distant Earth and a short sketch titled "When the Twerms Came", which appeared in Clarke's non-fiction book The View from Serendip and was reprinted in the 1987 edition of The Wind from the Sun.

For the remaining nine pieces this is either their first appearance in book form at all or first appearance in a book by Arthur C. Clarke. There are, two exceptions. "The Lion of Comarre", although published in magazine form as early as 1949, first appeared in book form in 1968, in an omnibus edition together with Clarke's early novel Against the Fall of the Night. "The Steam-powered Word-Processor" had appeared in Clarke's "science-fictional autobiography" Astounding Days. Arthur C. Clarke bibliography Brown, Charles N.. "The Locus Index to Science Fiction". Retrieved 2007-12-06. "ISFDB". Retrieved 2007-12-05; the Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke title listing at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database