British officer Breul, posted in Limassol, wrote in his diary:

Stayner took the field training. Letter from Williamson saying that the table and sideboard had been found and that they were in Stavros procession...

William Wey, Fellow of Eton College, reached Cyprus on July 9 1458. He refers to a city called Constantia:

From Rhodes we came to Paphus on July 9. There S. Paul was imprisoned in a spot belonging to the Friars Minor, and there is...

A report by Patrick Ramsay from the British Official Documents on “The Greek Press and Cyprus, June –July 1932”:

British Legation, Athens, July 9th, 1932 The Right Honourable Sir John G.C.S.I., K.C.V.O  Etc., etc., etc.                                                                                        

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…

Edith Belcher, wife of US Consul General Taylor Belcher, visited a local:

Lolos drove Nitza and me down to see his family and new house in city. Poor man pays twenty pounds a month and only makes thirty five...

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...

Alexander Drummond, the British Consul to Aleppo and Cyprus, describes the Governor’s palace in Famagusta in a letter to his brother:

Over the gate of the governor’s palace, which has been great but not noble, are the arms of Venice, with an inscription which I could not read, because it was overgrown with...

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...