No rain in Nicosia and Sir Garnet Wolseley is worried:

Still no signs of rain. The people say that if we do not have it with the next new moon we shall have none until well on in December. I am becoming anxious about it…

From the diaries of US Consul General Taylor Belcher and Edith Belcher:

Government house at half past six for cocktails and to witness TV show of Governor’s departure. Several drinks and then crowded into library...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease upon his arrival to Omodos commented: 

9.30 we arrived at Omodos, a very beautiful village, the birthplace of Archbishop and his archdeacon. It is so situated as to command a fine view of... 

20 November 1914 - Letter of Cyprus High Commissioner H Good-Adams to the Secretary of State for the Colonies:

Sir, I have the honour to forward herewith an address presented to me by the signatories, which...

Edith Belcher, wife of US Consul General to Cyprus, Taylor Belcher, remembers:

At half past nine Joan and I drove down to Pentaya hospital to see Trucia. The hospital, entirely owned and run by the Cyprus Mines Corporation...

In the archives of Ragusa we have the following testimonial:

In Ragusa a new commercial company is established between Captain Mathaeus Cromicich and Seraphino Marini de Bona, who represents 10 traders...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease commented:

The monastery of Kykkos is the most famous in Cyprus. It has about 250 (according to the accounts of the monks), who are scattered over the island, and even...

Rupert Gunnis, ADC to Sir Ronald Storrs, writes in his diary: 

Sunday, November 23, 1930. Showed some local old women my books. After lunch H.H. and I down to Larnaca to see King Feisal and Emir Abdullh who were coming to see their father King...

Traveller Richard Pococke reaches Morphou:

When we had crossed the hills, having travelled about six hours we reached Morpho. They told me this place was eight leagues from Nicosia, probably the city of Limenia might be...

The Reverent Richard Pococke continued his peregrination within the island of Cyprus noting:

On the twenty fifth we went on to a bay, and saw a cape beyond it called in Blaeu’s map Cormachiti, which seems to be the old Crommuon...

Letter of Governor Ronald Storrs to the Secretary of State for the Colonies:

The Right Honorable Sir Philip Cunliffe – Lister,

Secretary of State for the Colonies.

The Reverend Richard Pococke wrote in his travelogue Description of the East:

On the twenty-sixth we went four hours to the north west, to a large bay, where, I suppose, the kingdom of Aegea begins...