Lorenzo Warriner Pease, the first American missionary to Cyprus wrote about the feast of the Holy Apostles (30 of June according to the Julian calendar):

The great fiesta of the Greeks after their fast of about 40 days. ...

British officer Donisthorpe Donne wrote in his diaries of the rebellion in Egypt and the effects in Cyprus:

On the 11th Alexandria was bombarded and given over to fire and pillage, the telegrams causing immense sensation in Limassol…

Extract from the Chronicle of Lysi:

On 15 July, a monk called Ioannikios set off from Larnaca with 25 Albanians and went to Bogaz, in the Carpas. There he collected many Greeks and Turks, and an army, telling them that a ship would...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease on his visit to Alethricon village refers to the kindness of the Aga and his family:

All went to Alethricon and were much benefited from the ride. Both Mrs. Pease and Sarah slept better...

The pilgrim Bar’s kyj’s during his third visit to Cyprus between 17-24 July 1730 reached the famous town of Famagusta on July 17 and described the town as such:

The town is encircled by a strong wall, with canons mounted on top...

The British Consul to Aleppo and Cyprus, Alexander Drummond, visited Larnaca and Skala:

A little further than this salt lake, is a mosque called Tokkee, whither the musselmen repair with great devotion, to offer up their prayers

Lorenzo Warriner Pease, the first American missionary to Cyprus, writes about the diseases and cures on the island:

The diseases of Cyprus are fevers, chiefly, they have also lunacy and leprosy. The latter prevails...

From the diaries of Consul General Taylor Belcher and Edith Belcher on the Greco-Turkish friction and describing the character of the British officer Randolph Churchill:

Fires in Nicosia this morning. Toby drove off at seven o’clock. I called...

Nompar II, Seigneur de Caumont et de Chastelnuef, a Gascon noble of illustrious descent, travelled from Famagusta to St Hilarion castle: 

Now when I had stayed with the said king two or three days I returned by the very same road I had taken to the city...

In a Memorial (CO 67/227/6) dealing with the grievances of the people of Cyprus addressed to his Lordship the Secretary of the State for the Colonies by the Greek elected members of the Legislative Council:

A foremost and basic complaint...

Alfiros, one of the Swedish excavators of the Swedish Cyprus Archaeological Expedition, describes his encounter with a Cypriot chameleon: 

Guess my surprise when a chameleon just now came carefully climbing...

Monsieur FCH Pouqueville, French Consul General at the court of Ali Pasha at Janina, referring to the execution of leading citizens by Küçük Mehmet in July 1821:

The remains of the prelates and other leading citizens executed in Nicosia...