Nauplia is supposed to contain about 4000 inhabitants, consisting of a mixed population of Greeks, Jews, and Turks; but the majority are Turks, who have 5 mosques, besides that which is in the fortress. There are also several tekkies without minarets, some of which were originally Christian churches.
Corn, cotton, wool, oil and rice constitute the principal articles of exportation. The bazar seems better stocked than any other in Greece. […] Within the port there is a small island, on which is a fortress and a prison.