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...

Rupert Gunnis, ADC to Sir Ronald Storrs, was busy with social events, be these sports or theatre productions:

To see the Police shouting for their cup at Athalassa first of all. The depot won in the end. Then...

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...

In her book The Ladies of Medieval Cyprus, Leto Severis writes about Helena Paleologina: 

The tragic events of the last years affected Helena’s health which deteriorated rapidly. Her last two, addressed to her husband, wishes...

Roger de Hoveden, describes what happened to the ship carrying Berengaria, future wife of Richard the Lionheart, based on the narrative of Benedict, Abbot of Peterborough:

On Good Friday...

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...

In a dispatch to Winston S Churchill, British colonial administrator Malcolm Stevenson informed him of disturbances in Nicosia on 6 and 7 April, on the anniversary of Greek Independence Day: 

It has been the custom each year...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease discussing schools:

To day Messrs Pierides and Valsamachi called on me and informed me that several of the principal Greeks of the place had met and concluded to establish a high school...

The American Lorenzo Warriner Pease followed what went on between the Swedish consul and the Bishop of Larnaca:

The Bishop has recently made a deacon of St Lazarus priest, for which...

Rupert Gunnis, ADC to Sir Ronald Storrs, had a busy April:

After early lunch and then into uniform. Down in state to the opening of the Legislative Council. HE’s speech took 38 minutes, he only read about 1/3 of it. Back here...

The Swedish Cyprus Archaeological Expedition was paying a visit to Paphos:

Early on Saturday morning we had breakfast and packed up our things. Ulla came along too of course. First, we...