According to Archimandrite Kyprianos, in February 1766 the bishops heard that the rebel Khalil was besieging Nicosia:

Suleiman arrived in Nicosia from Kyrenia. There, after conferring with Ibrahim Bey and the natives, he...

Lorenzo Warriner Pease, an American missionary, was travelling around the island:

Started 8.25 in 1 05/60 hour, we were opposite Mr Pelendrites chiftlick and in 45 minutes more we arrived at Colossi, where we examined the tower. ...

From the diary of US Consul General Taylor Belcher, regarding the escalating intercommunal troubles: 

We set off for George Paraskevaides’ and picnic at his Kyrenia cottage. Interesting comment by George Chryssafinis. ...

The Orientalist and diplomat Johan David Åkerbald was the first Swede to show real antiquarian interest in Cyprus. In his journal he mentions the places he visited:

June 1st, half past three Paphos, seven o’clock Potami ...

Terence Mullaly describing the advance of Maximilian’s troops on Asolo and the message Caterina Cornaro gave to the people of Asolo: 

By February 1509 Maximilian’s troops were advancing on Asolo... 

The English traveller Edward Daniel Clarke visited Cyprus in 1801:

About 6 o’clock in the evening of June the third, we made land, north-east and by east. It fell to my lot to give the first intelligence of its appearance, being aloft, upon the look-out...

American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease was in Larnaca on this feast day:

The Kataklysmos feast took place today, but as there is danger of the plague, the chief men requested the Archimandrite...

Caterina Cornaro abdicates:

The climax was reached when the procession came to the basilica of St mark. Caterina was met by the Patriarch and many priests.There was a long and solemn address, then a Te Deum was sung,...

The American missionary Lorenzo Warriner Pease examined the ruins of Paphos:

Yesterday we spent the day chiefly in examining the ruins of Paphos, guided by Mr. Smith of Ieros kipos. As I have previously described my observations...

Terence Mullaly describes Caterina Cornaro’s homecoming to Venice:

The voyage from Cyprus had taken almost three months. Nothing can have been more delightful than the first sight of the Lido, which her galley reached on...

The English traveller Edward Daniel Clarke describes the south-west of Cyprus:

We had coasted the whole island from its western extremity, and so near to the shore that we had a distinct survey of the features of the country. ...

Edith Belcher, wife of the US Consul General, describes the beginning of the intercommunal troubles: 

Paul drove me home in my car. As Paul and I drove by Mayor’s office on Metaxas square several truckloads of soldiers poured out...