Queen Caterina Cornaro tried hard to control the men and conspiracies around her:

And on the first of April the below mentioned men were taken from the castle: the Abbot of Holy Cross and John Perivolo the archbishop’s ...

Alexander Palma di Cesnola, serving as American consular agent for Paphos in 1873 and vice consul in 1876, visited Rizokarpasso for excavations in April 1877: 

In April 1877, I returned to my country house, and extended my diggings...

Medicine in the early nineteenth century was rather obscure. Mrs Pease was suffering from the phlegmasia dolen. She was treated as follows:

The reason for applying leaches to her bowels day before yesterday was ...

A Catalan traveller disguised as Ali Bey el Abbassi, son of Othman Bey of Aleppo, was on his way to Mecca when he stopped in Cyprus. A romantic visitor, he wanted to see the Palace of the Queen, so he set off for Buffavento:

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease discussed schools in Larnaca:

People here ride on the hips of asses and mules rather than the back, which must be favourable to the animal as he is stronger there than...

The Catalan traveler Badia y Leblich disguised as Ali Bey el Abbassi, on his way to Meccha, stopped in Cyprus and visited Idalium where he found nothing worthy of notice: 

I left the capital at quarter past eight, and crossed the great plain...

While describing the efforts to go through the streets of Nicosia, E.M.B gives a picture of the terrible state of the roads:

Down our narrow street filed a procession. First George and Kosti carrying the great baskets, Charlotte ...

The author Ch. Fürer from Nuremberg described what he saw in the island of Cyprus:

The nobles are greatly given to amusement, especially hunting and hawking, and at certain seasons of the year, at Carnival especially, they...

The author Ch. Fürer from Nuremberg spent most of April in Cyprus:

[Nicosia] is a city of some size and beauty, where lives an archbishop, whose annual income reaches the sum of 12,000 gold ducats, and most of the nobles of the island. ...

Ali Bey el Abassi on his way to Mazotos village came across the Larnaca aqueduct:

At a quarter past two in the afternoon of April 8 I left Larnaca, travelling S.S.W. I soon came upon an aqueduct of some length, but of poor...

Dr J. Sibthorpe, the editor of Flora Graeca was in Larnaca district collecting specimens of the flora and fauna of the island.

I staid at home that my painter might have time to design the plants collected in my walk to Livadia, and...

The Sherardian Professor of Botany at Oxford, Dr John Sibthorp, and his friends made an excursion to the mountain of the Holy Cross:

We passed by the aqueduct of Larnaca and after four hours ride over an uneven plain...