A description of Limassol by Jacques le Saige:

July 22, the feast of the Magdalen. We left our vessel and landed at Limechon. It is now a village situated in the open country quite close to the sea, but there is no harbour. There is a castle...

The Cyprus Times newspaper published the following editorial:

We think that a very fair idea may be gained of the general opinion in England as to the Anglo-Turkish Convention, and it should be remembered that in England...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease was given an explanation as to why the Orthodox Churxh objected to missionaries:

We called at the Kypralli house at night and then he declared that the reason why the Patriarch opposes us is this: ...

Leontios Machairas finishes his chronicle with the death of John de Lusignan:

And on Monday, the twenty-fourth of July 1458 after Christ (the same year in which his wife fell asleep) God did according to his will with our lord...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease on changes in education in Cyprus as expressed by someone who must have been influenced by the followers of Corais in Greece and the movement of enlightment:

Sir Garnet Wolseley comparing Larnaka and Limassol, describes Larnaka as the filthiest place he had ever seen in contrast with Limassol:

Went in the Salamis to Limassol, a small but clean place very different from Larnika which looks like...

The Swedish archaeologist Alfred Westholm, mesmerised by the evening, becomes lyrical:

The night of the first new moon is warm and black, for the moon sets almost at the same time as the sun. On the other side of the bay there shines...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease describes how tomato soup and tomato paste were produced by the Greeks of Smyrna:

Yesterday we came to town and were received by Mr. Temple into his house. We concluded a bargain for a vessel...

In a letter to his parents, Rupert Gunnis boasted about his success with tourists at the museum of Nicosia:

On Monday he received 400 American tourists who were sold antiquities from the Museum worth £42. ...

Samuel Pasfield Oliver, a correspondent of the Illustrated London News, send one of his first reports to London:

The Channel Squadron has not been idle since its arrival in preparing for the occupation of this place by...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease, the first American missionary to Cyprus, refers to St. George describing a picture he saw in a Cypriot church and commenting on the locals' worship of the Saint:

This afternoon Antonio and I went to...

George Boustronios records an incident after King James’s death:

Besides, on 31 July a brigantine arrived from Rhodes to ascertain the death of the king, which had been sent by Queen Charlotte, and setting anchor in the area of Chrysochou...