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in beautiful singing birds ; and in its rivers are
many sorts of fish of a fine flavour, particularly the
patah. It is not without mines of gold, and laba~
deros or washing places, but these are not worked,
save by a few day-labourers. In the church of the
monks of San Francisco is venerated an image of the
most Holy Mary, with the title of La Probezuy
painted on a piece of cotton-stuff, adorned with two
fine pieces of silver, the natives payitig great de
votion to this superb work, from the wonderful
things that have been said to have been effected
through the prayers offered up to her of whom this
is the semblance. This city has been the native
place of,

Don Melchor de Salazar, governor of Choco,
and founder of the city Toro.

Of the Doctor Don Francisco Martinez Bueno,
presbyter and visitor of the bishopric of Popayan ;
a man of great literature.

Of the Doctor Don Manuel de Castro y Rada ; a
most exemplary curate.

Of the Father Joseph Vicuna, who, after having
been a celebrated Jesuit, became a monk in the
college of missions for propagating the faith in Po
payan, and died whilst preaching to the Andaquies
Indians.

Of the Father Estevan de Rivas, who, after hav
ing filled the title of jurist with great credit, be
came a Franciscan monk, and died an exemplary
penitent in his convent at Cartagena.

Of the Doctor Don Francisco Felipe del Campo,
professor de prima of canons in the university of
Santa Fe ; a celebrated orator.

Of the Doctor Don Geronirao de Rivas, trea
surer and dignitary of the holy church of Popayan,
provisor and ecclesiastical governor of that bishop
ric.

Of the Doctor Don Joseph de Renteria, assessor
of the viceroyalties of Santa Fe and Lima, honorary
oidor of the audience of Charcas : all of whom
have borne testimony to the clearness and acuteness
of their understandings and excellence of their dis
positions. But for all the information on these
subjects, we have to thank Don Manuel del Cara
po, the son of the last mentioned, who resides in
this court, and to whom the merits thus severally
applied, unitedly belong.

The arms of this city are three imperial crowns
with a sun, and its inhabitants amount to about 5000
or 6000 : 25 leagues n. e. of Popayan, in 4° 46'
n. lat.

Cartago, another capital city, of the province
of Costa Rica, in the kingdom of Guatemala,
situate 10 leagues from the coast of the N. sea, and
17 from that of the S. in each of which it has a
good port ; it was formerly rich and flourishing, on
account of its commerce w ith Panama, Cartagena,
Portobclo, and the Havanah ; but it is at the present
day reduced to a miserable village of very few in
habitants, and without any commerce. It has, be
sides the parish church, a convent of monks of St.
Francis, and is in 9° 42' s. lat.

Cartago, a river of the same province and go
vernment as is the former city : it runs w. and en
ters the S.sea, in the port of La Herradura.

Cartago, a bay in the province and govern
ment of Honduras, inhabited by the infidel Mos
quitos Indians.

CARTAMA, a river of the province and govern
ment of Antioquia: it rises in the mountains of
Choco, traverses the valley to which it gives its
name, and running e. enters the Cauca.

CARTEL, a port of the coast of the province
and government of Florida, opposite the castle of
St. Augustin.

(CARTER, a new county in the state of Tennes
see
, formed of a part of the county of Washing
ton.)

(CARTERET, a maritime county of New Bera
district, N. Carolina, on Core and Pamlico sounds.
It contains 3732 inhabitants, including 713 slaves.
Beaufort is the chief town.)

Carteret, a district and jurisdiction of S. Caro
lina
, on the sea-coast.

Carteret, a cape or extremity of the coast of
the same province, and one of those which form
Long bay. See Roman.

(CARTERSVILLE, a town in Powhatan
county, Virginia, on the s. side of James rivtr, 4f
miles above Richmond.)

CARUALLEDA, Nuestra Senora de, a
city of the province and government of Venezuela,
in the kingdom of Tierra Firme ; founded by
Francis Faxardo in 1568, and not in 1560, as ac
cording to Coleti : it has a small but insecure port.
The town is also a miserable place, having suffered
much injury, a short time after its foundation, by
the violent disturbances caused in its neighbour
hood by the Governor Don Luis de Roxas : 80
leagues e. of Coro.

CARUALLO, a settlement of the province and
captainship of Paraiba in Brazil, situate near the
sea-coast, and on the shore of the river Camara
tuba.

CARUGAMPU, a small river of the province
and government of Paraguay ; it runs and en
ters the Parana between the rivers Capuy and
Paranay.

CARUJAL, PUNTA DE, a point on the coast of
the province and government of Cartagena, called


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como de aves vistosas y de canto delicado, y en sus rios muchos peces gustosos, particularmente el patalo 6 getudo; no carece de minas de oro y labaderos, aunque no se trabajan, y solo suelen trabajar algunos jornaleros: en la Iglesia de Religiosos de San Francisco se venera una milagro sa Imagen de María Santísima con el título de la Pobreza, pintada en una manta de algodón ordinario, guarnecida con dos primorosos marcos de plata, a quien tienen extraordinaria devoción sus naturales por los muchos prodigios que por su intercesión experimentan: esta Ciudad ha sido patria de
Don Melchor de Salazar, Gobernador del Choco y fundador de la Ciudad de Toro.
Del Doctor Don Francisco Martínez Bueno, Presbítero y Visitador del Obispado de Popayan sugeto de suma literatura.
Del Doctor Don Manuel de Castro y Rada, Cura exemplarísimo.
Del Padre Joseph Vicuña, que después de célebre Jurista entró Religioso en el Colegio de Misiones de Propaganda Fide de Popayan, y murió predicando a los Indios Andaquíes.
Del Padre Estevan de Rivas, que con grandes créditos de Jurista entró Religioso Francisco, y murió exemplar penitente de Guardian en su Convento de Cartagena.
Del Doctor Don Francisco Felipe del Campo, Catedrático de Prima de Cánones en la Universidad de Santa Fe, célebre Orador.
Del Doctor Don Gerónimo de Rivas; Tesorero, Dignidad de la Santa Iglesia de Popayan, Provisor y Gobernador Eclesiástico de aquel Obispado, y
Del Doctor Don Joseph de Rentería, Asesor de los Vireynatos de Santa Fe y Lima Oidor honorario de la Audiencia de Charcas: todos los quales prueban la claridad de ingenio, talento y agudeza de sus naturales, cuyas noticias debemos a Don Manuel del Campo, hijo suyo, residente en esta Corte, que no menos las califica.
Tiene por Armas tres Coronas Imperiales con un Sol, y su vecindario se compone de 5 a 60 habitantes: está 25 leguas al NE de Popayan, en 3 grad. 24 min. de lat. bor.
Un río de la misma Provincia y Gobierno que la Ciudad anterior; corre al O, y sale al mar del S, en el Puerto de la Herradura.
Una Bahía de la Provincia y Gobierno de Honduras, poblada de Indios mosquitos infieles.

CARTAMA, Río] de la Provincia y Gobierno de Antioquía: nace en las morn tañas del Choco, atraviesa un valle a quien da el nombre, corriendo al E, y entra en el Cauca.

CARTEL, Puerto de la Costa de la Provincia y Gobierno de la Florida, delante del Castillo de S. Agustín.

CARTERET, Partido y jurisdicción de la Carolina Meridional, en la Costa del mar.

Tiene el mismo nombre un Cabo 6 extremidad de la Costa, en la propia Provincia, y es uno de los que forman la Bahía Larga.

CARUGAMPU, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno del Paraguay ; corre al O, y entra en el Paraná, entre los de Capuy y Paranay.

CARUMAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Moquehua, en el Perú.

CARUPANO, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Cumaná, en el Reyno de Tierra-Firme, a orilla del mar, en el Cabo de tres puntas; tiene en su distrito 25 haciendas cortas de cacao, y 35 de cañas, yucas y otros frutos, pertenecientes unas a sus vecinos que son 190, y otras a algunos habitantes de la Margarita y de Cumaná.

CARUPARABAS, Nación de Indios poco conocida, que habita en los bosques y orillas de los rios que entran en el Negro.

CARUAJAL, Punta de, en la Costa de la Provincia y Gobierno de Cartagena, llamada también de Piedras; en su altura está, según el Plano de Don Juan de la Cruz, el Bugio del Gato, que sirve de atalaya, que otros colocan en la Punta de Canoa, que está al lado.

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in beautiful singing birds ; and in its rivers are
many sorts of fish of a fine flavour, particularly the
patah. It is not without mines of gold, and laba~
deros or washing places, but these are not worked,
save by a few day-labourers. In the church of the
monks of San Francisco is venerated an image of the
most Holy Mary, with the title of La Probezuy
painted on a piece of cotton-stuff, adorned with two
fine pieces of silver, the natives payitig great de
votion to this superb work, from the wonderful
things that have been said to have been effected
through the prayers offered up to her of whom this
is the semblance. This city has been the native
place of,

Don Melchor de Salazar, governor of Choco,
and founder of the city Toro.

Of the Doctor Don Francisco Martinez Bueno,
presbyter and visitor of the bishopric of Popayan ;
a man of great literature.

Of the Doctor Don Manuel de Castro y Rada ; a
most exemplary curate.

Of the Father Joseph Vicuna, who, after having
been a celebrated Jesuit, became a monk in the
college of missions for propagating the faith in Po
payan, and died whilst preaching to the Andaquies
Indians.

Of the Father Estevan de Rivas, who, after hav
ing filled the title of jurist with great credit, be
came a Franciscan monk, and died an exemplary
penitent in his convent at Cartagena.

Of the Doctor Don Francisco Felipe del Campo,
professor de prima of canons in the university of
Santa Fe ; a celebrated orator.

Of the Doctor Don Geronirao de Rivas, trea
surer and dignitary of the holy church of Popayan,
provisor and ecclesiastical governor of that bishop
ric.

Of the Doctor Don Joseph de Renteria, assessor
of the viceroyalties of Santa Fe and Lima, honorary
oidor of the audience of Charcas : all of whom
have borne testimony to the clearness and acuteness
of their understandings and excellence of their dis
positions. But for all the information on these
subjects, we have to thank Don Manuel del Cara
po, the son of the last mentioned, who resides in
this court, and to whom the merits thus severally
applied, unitedly belong.

The arms of this city are three imperial crowns
with a sun, and its inhabitants amount to about 5000
or 6000 : 25 leagues n. e. of Popayan, in 4° 46'
n. lat.

Cartago, another capital city, of the province
of Costa Rica, in the kingdom of Guatemala,
situate 10 leagues from the coast of the N. sea, and
17 from that of the S. in each of which it has a
good port ; it was formerly rich and flourishing, on
account of its commerce w ith Panama, Cartagena,
Portobclo, and the Havanah ; but it is at the present
day reduced to a miserable village of very few in
habitants, and without any commerce. It has, be
sides the parish church, a convent of monks of St.
Francis, and is in 9° 42' s. lat.

Cartago, a river of the same province and go
vernment as is the former city : it runs w. and en
ters the S.sea, in the port of La Herradura.

Cartago, a bay in the province and govern
ment of Honduras, inhabited by the infidel Mos
quitos Indians.

CARTAMA, a river of the province and govern
ment of Antioquia: it rises in the mountains of
Choco, traverses the valley to which it gives its
name, and running e. enters the Cauca.

CARTEL, a port of the coast of the province
and government of Florida, opposite the castle of
St. Augustin.

(CARTER, a new county in the state of Tennes
see
, formed of a part of the county of Washing
ton.)

(CARTERET, a maritime county of New Bera
district, N. Carolina, on Core and Pamlico sounds.
It contains 3732 inhabitants, including 713 slaves.
Beaufort is the chief town.)

Carteret, a district and jurisdiction of S. Caro
lina
, on the sea-coast.

Carteret, a cape or extremity of the coast of
the same province, and one of those which form
Long bay. See Roman.

(CARTERSVILLE, a town in Powhatan
county, Virginia, on the s. side of James rivtr, 4f
miles above Richmond.)

CARUALLEDA, Nuestra Senora de, a
city of the province and government of Venezuela,
in the kingdom of Tierra Firme ; founded by
Francis Faxardo in 1568, and not in 1560, as ac
cording to Coleti : it has a small but insecure port.
The town is also a miserable place, having suffered
much injury, a short time after its foundation, by
the violent disturbances caused in its neighbour
hood by the Governor Don Luis de Roxas : 80
leagues e. of Coro.

CARUALLO, a settlement of the province and
captainship of Paraiba in Brazil, situate near the
sea-coast, and on the shore of the river Camara
tuba.

CARUGAMPU, a small river of the province
and government of Paraguay ; it runs and en
ters the Parana between the rivers Capuy and
Paranay.

CARUJAL, PUNTA DE, a point on the coast of
the province and government of Cartagena, called


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