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souls. Sixty leagues from Quito, in lat. 2° 55'
5. and long. 78° 50'.

Cuenca, a settlement of tlie province and eor
regimiento of [Angaraez]] in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of Conayca. In its district is a spring of
hot water, which issues boiling.

CUENCAME, San Antonio de, a town of
the province of Tepeguana, and kingdom of
Nueva Vizcaya. It is the rea/of the silver mines,
where reside numbers of people of all ranks. It
has a convent of the religious order of St. Francis,
and in its district are various manufactories for
grinding the metals that are extracted from the
mines. It is 37 leagues to the n. of the capital
Guadiana, and 24 from Durango.

CUENCO, a settlement of the head settlement of
Tirindaro, and alcald'ia mayor of Valladolid, in the
province and bishopric of Mechoacan ; situate in
a glen surrounded by many mountains. Through
its gutters runs a crystalline stream of sweet water,
which serves to fertilize its orchards and cultivated
grounds. It contains 66 families of Indians, and
is two short leagues to the n. of its head settle
ment.

CUENTLA, a settlement of the head settlement
of San Francisco, of the valley and alcaldia mayor
of Zultepec in Nueva Espana. It contains 53
families of Indians.

CUERNAVACCA, a town of the intendancy
of Mexico, the ancient Quauhnahuac, on the s.
declivity of the cordillera of Guchilaque, in a tem
perate and delicious climate, finely adapted for
the cultivation of the fruit-trees of Europe.
Height 1655 metres, or 5429 feet.]

CUERNO, Island of, or of the Horns, in
the N. sea, near the coast of Florida, between the
islands Delfina and De Navios.

CUERO, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Riobamba in the kingdom of
Quito. Some write it with a Q.

CUERNOS, a small river of the province and
government of Maracaibo. It is an arm of the
Palmar,, which enters the great lake.

CUES, San Juan de los, a settlement of the
bead settlement and alcaldia mayor of Cuicatlan
in Nueva Espana. It contains 72 families of In
dians, whose commerce is in maize, French beans,
and fruits. In its vicinity is a sugar-mill, at which
60 families of Negro slaves assist.

CUES, San Antonio DE los, in the intend
ancy of Oaxaca in Nueva Espaua. A very po
pulous place on the road from Orizaba to Oaxaca,
celebrated for the remains of ancient Mexican for
tifications.]

CUEUAS, San Agustin de las, a settlement

and head settlement of the district of the alcaldia
mayor of Coyoacan in Nueva Espana. It is of a
very good temperature and of a healthy situation,
abounding in waters and fruit-trees, and covered
with country houses, orchards, and gardens,
which serve as a recreation to the people of Mex
ico. It has a convent of the religious order of St.
Domingo, and 751 families; lying three leagues
to the s. of Mexico, and two from its capital.

Cueuas, another settlement, of the missions
which were held by the regulars of the company
of Jesuits in the province of Tepeguana, and
kingdom of Nueva Espana; situate on the shore
of the river Florido, and at the distance of six
leagues from the garrison of the valley of San Bar
tolome.

Cueuas, another, of the missions which were
held by the same regulars of the company, in the
province of Taraumara, of the same kingdom as
the former, 20 leagues to the s. of the real of the
mines of Chiguagua.

CUEYTE, a river in the island of Cuba, which
abounds with alligators.

CUGUI, a small river of the district of Toltenbaxo in tire kingdom of Chile. It runs n. and
enters the Tolten.

CUIABA, Jesus de, a town of the province of
Matagroso in Brazil ; situate on the shore of the
river Paraguay, at its source, near the large lake
of LosXareyes. In its vicinity are some abundant
gold mines, which have been worked by the Por
tuguese since the year 1740. Lat. 14° 33'.

Cuiaba, a river of this kingdom (Brazil), and in the
territory of its name. It rises in the mountains,
runs n. and afterwards turning its course to the
w. enters the sea.

CUIABENO, a lake of the province and go
vernment of Quijos and Macas in the kingdom of
Quito. It is to the s. of the settlement of San
Antonio de Amoguajes.

CUIAC, Santiago de, a settlement of the
head settlement of Amatlan, and alcaldia mayor of
Zacatlan, in Nueva Espana. It lies four leagues
from its bead settlement, but the journey to it from
thence is almost impracticable, owing to its being
situate in the middle of the sierra.

CUIACLAZALA, a settlement of the head
settlement of San Luis de la Costa, and of the al^
caldia mayor of Tlapa, in Nueva Espana. It
produces a great quantity of cochineal, this being
the only production in which its inhabitants mer
chandize. These are composed of 60 families of
Indians. It is seven leagues to the j. of its
capital.

CUIANA, a small river of the province and

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