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de Granada, rises in the valley of Cerinza, runs
n. and passing tlirough the city of San Gil, turns
to the w. and enters the Suarez or Sabandija.

CHALCAXINGO, a settlement of the head
settlement of Xonacatepéc, and alcaldía mayor of
Cuernavaca, in Nueva España.

CHALCHILGUITES, a settlement of the pro
vince and government of Nueva Vizcaya; situate
close to that of Sombrerete.

CHALCHITLAN, a settlement of the province
and alcaldia mayor of Capanabastla in the king
dom of Guatemala.

CHALCO, Hamanalco, a district and alcal
día mayor of Nueva España ; situate between the
n. and s. of the city of Mexico, at eight leagues
distance ; is very fertile, and abounds in produc
tions and the necessaries of life, especially in wheat
and maize; the crops of the former usually amount to
30,000 (argas (a measure containing four bushels)
yearly, and of the latter to 25,000. Besides this
it produces great quantities of seeds, woods, sugar,
honey, and the fruits of a hot climate, all of
which arc carried to Mexico, as well by land car
riage as by the lake, which is so favourable to its
commerce. In the sierra of the volcano of this
jurisdiction, there are silver mines, but they are
not worked, on account of the great expence. The
population consists of 46 settlements, of which 16
are head settlements of districts, and in 15 of these
there are parish churches. Tlie capital is of the
same name, and it is situate on the shore of a lake
enjoying a mild temperature, and well known
from the fair which it celebrates every Friday
throughout the year, to which flock a great num
ber of people from the neighbouring provinces
with merchandize ; some even coming from the
most distant parts in canoes by the lake, or with
droves of mules on land. It lies between the rivers
Fiamanalco and Tenango, which run into the
lake, and the waters of this serve, when it is ne
cessary, to replenish the lake of Mexico, for
which purpose there are proper sluices provided.
It contains 350 families of Indians, and some
Spaniards and Mustees ; is seven leagues from
Mexico. The other settlements are,

Fiamanalco, Atlautla,

San Pedro de Ecazingo, Ayapango,

Tepozozolco, Ixtapalucan,

San Juan Tenango, Ayozingo,

Amecameca, Mexquique,

Zentlalpan, Hahuac,

Chimalhuacan, Themamatla,

Tepetuxpan, Ozumba.

CHALCO, with the dedicatory title of San
Agustin, another settlement of the head settle-

ment of Coxcotlan, and the alcaldia mayor of Val
les, in the same kingdom ; annexed to the curacy
of Aquismon ; is of an extremely hot and moist
temperature, on account of which it has been
abandoned by several Indian families who resided
in it formerly ; 12 of these families only are now
remaining ; is 23 leagues from its capital.

CHALCO, another, of the head settlement and
alcaldia mayor of Zochicoatlan ; situate in the
plain of a deep break or hole made by mountain
floods ; is of a hot temperature, and contains 35
families of Indians ; lies 12 leagues to the n. of its
capital.

(Chalco Lake. See Mexico.)

CHALCOS, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Lucanas in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of Cahuanca.

CHALEUAPAN, a settlement of the province
and government of Nicaragua in the kingdom of
Guatemala.

CHALEURS, a bay on the coast of the pro
vince of Nova Scotia or Acadia, and gulf of St.
Lawrence. It is large and convenient.

CHALEURS, another bay on the s. coast of the
island of Newfoundland, near the point which
looks to the w.

(CHALEURS, a deep and broad bay on the w.
side of the gulf of St. Lawrence. From this bay
to that of Verte, on the s. in the s. e. corner of the
gulf, is the n. e. sea line of the British province
of New Brunswick.)

CHALINGA, a settlement of Indians of the
province and corregimiento of Coquimbo in the
kingdom of Chile.

CHALIQUE, San Pablo de, a settlement of
the province and corregimiento of Caxamarca in
Peru.

CHALLABAMBA, a settlement of the pro
vince and corregimiento of Paucartambo in Peru.

CHALLACATA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Paria in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Garu Mendoza.

CHALLACOLLO, a settlement of the same
province and corregimiento as the former, belong
ing to the archbishopric of Charcas. It has a con
vent of monks of the order of St. Augustin.

CHALLAHUACHO, a river of the province
and corregimiento of Chilques y Masques in Peru.
It rises near the settlement of Capi, runs in a ser
pentine course to the n. n. w. and enters the Apu
rirnac.

CHALLANA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Larecaja in Peru.

CHALLAPAMPA an ancient province of
Peru, of small extent, and to the c. of Cuzco. It


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de Granada: nace en el Valle de Cerinza: corre al N, y pasando por delante de la Ciudad de San Gil, vuelve al O, y entra en el de Suarez o Sabandija.

CHALCAXINGO, Pueblo de la Cabecera de Xonacatepec y Alcaldía mayor de Cuernavaca en Nueva España.

CHALCHITLAN, Pueblo de la Alcaldía mayor de Capanabastla en el Reyno de Guatemala.

CHALCHILGUITES, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de la Nueva Vizcaya, situado junto al del Sombrerete.

CHALCO, Tlamanalco, Partido y Alcaldía mayor . de Nueva España, situada entre N y S de la Ciudad de México a distancia de 8 leguas: es muy fértil y abundante de frutos y de manto es necesario para la vida, especialmente de trigo y maíz, pues coge del primero 300 cargas, y del segundo 250 cada año: produce asimismo otras muchas semillas, maderas, cantidad 4e azúcar, miel y frutas de tierra cálida, todo lo qnal conduce a México: así por el camino de tierra, como por la laguna que es su principal tráfico: en la sierra del volcan de esta jurisdicción hay minerales de plata; pero no se trabajan por su crecido coste: su población consta de 46 Pueblos, de los quales los 16 son Cabecera de Partido, y en los 15 hay Iglesias Parroquiales.
La Capital tiene el mismo nombre. Es Ciudad situada a orilla de la laguna, de temI>eramento templado, y ceebre por la feria que celebra todos Viernes del año, a que concurre infinita gente de las Provincias inmediatas con frutos, y aun de las mas distantes en canoas por la laguna, y en requas por tierra: está entré los ríos Flamanalco y Tenango que entran en la laguna, cuyas aguas sirven de aumentar quando es necesario las de la de México, a cuyo fin hay sus compuertas; tiene 350 familias de Indios y algunos Españoles y Mestizos: está 7 leguas de México; los demás Pueblos son;
Tlamanalco.
San Pedro de Ecazingo.
Tepozozolco.
San Juan Tenango.
Amecameca.
Zentlalpan.
Chimalhuacan.
Tepetuxpan.
Atlautla.
Ayapango.
Ixtapalucan,
Ayozingo.
Mexquique.
Hahuac.
Themamatla.
Ozumba.

Otro de la Cabecera y Alcaldía mayor de Zochicoatlán, situado en el plan de una barranca: es de tem|>eramento cálido, y tiene 35 familias de Indios: dista 12 leguas al N de su Capital.

CHALCOS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Lucanas en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Cahuanca.

CHALEURS, Bahía de, en la Costa de la Provincia de Nueva Escocia o Acádia y Golfo de San Lorenzo; es grande y cómoda.

Tiene el mismo nombre otra en la Costa del S de la Isla de Terranova, cerca de la punta que mira al O.

CHALEUAPAN, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Nicaragua en el Reyno de Goatemala.

CHALINGA, Pueblo de Indios de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Coquimbo en el Reyno de Chile.

CHALIQUE, San Pablo de, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxamarca en el Perú.

CHALLABAMBA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Paucartambo en el Perú.

CHALLACATA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Paria en, el Perú, anexo al Curato de Garci Mendoza.

CHALLACOLLO, Pueblo de la misma Provincia y Corregimiento que el anterior, perteneciente al Arzobispado de Charcas: tiene un Convento de Religiosos del Orden de San Agustín.

CHALLAHUACHO, Río] de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Chilques y Masques en el Perú: nace Cerca del Pueblo de Capi, corre haciendo tornos al N NO, y entra en el de Apurimac.

CHALLANA, Pueblo de; la Provincia y Corregimiento de Larecaja en el Perú.

CHALLAPAMPA, Provincia antigua del Perú, de poca extensión, al Levante del Cuzco; la

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de Granada, rises in the valley of Cerinza, runs
n. and passing tlirough the city of San Gil, turns
to the w. and enters the Suarez or Sabandija.

CHALCAXINGO, a settlement of the head
settlement of Xonacatepéc, and alcaldía mayor of
Cuernavaca, in Nueva España.

CHALCHILGUITES, a settlement of the pro
vince and government of Nueva Vizcaya; situate
close to that of Sombrerete.

CHALCHITLAN, a settlement of the province
and alcaldia mayor of Capanabastla in the king
dom of Guatemala.

CHALCO, Hamanalco, a district and alcal
día mayor of Nueva España ; situate between the
n. and s. of the city of Mexico, at eight leagues
distance ; is very fertile, and abounds in produc
tions and the necessaries of life, especially in wheat
and maize; the crops of the former usually amount to
30,000 (argas (a measure containing four bushels)
yearly, and of the latter to 25,000. Besides this
it produces great quantities of seeds, woods, sugar,
honey, and the fruits of a hot climate, all of
which arc carried to Mexico, as well by land car
riage as by the lake, which is so favourable to its
commerce. In the sierra of the volcano of this
jurisdiction, there are silver mines, but they are
not worked, on account of the great expence. The
population consists of 46 settlements, of which 16
are head settlements of districts, and in 15 of these
there are parish churches. Tlie capital is of the
same name, and it is situate on the shore of a lake
enjoying a mild temperature, and well known
from the fair which it celebrates every Friday
throughout the year, to which flock a great num
ber of people from the neighbouring provinces
with merchandize ; some even coming from the
most distant parts in canoes by the lake, or with
droves of mules on land. It lies between the rivers
Fiamanalco and Tenango, which run into the
lake, and the waters of this serve, when it is ne
cessary, to replenish the lake of Mexico, for
which purpose there are proper sluices provided.
It contains 350 families of Indians, and some
Spaniards and Mustees ; is seven leagues from
Mexico. The other settlements are,

Fiamanalco, Atlautla,

San Pedro de Ecazingo, Ayapango,

Tepozozolco, Ixtapalucan,

San Juan Tenango, Ayozingo,

Amecameca, Mexquique,

Zentlalpan, Hahuac,

Chimalhuacan, Themamatla,

Tepetuxpan, Ozumba.

CHALCO, with the dedicatory title of San
Agustin, another settlement of the head settle-

ment of Coxcotlan, and the alcaldia mayor of Val
les, in the same kingdom ; annexed to the curacy
of Aquismon ; is of an extremely hot and moist
temperature, on account of which it has been
abandoned by several Indian families who resided
in it formerly ; 12 of these families only are now
remaining ; is 23 leagues from its capital.

CHALCO, another, of the head settlement and
alcaldia mayor of Zochicoatlan ; situate in the
plain of a deep break or hole made by mountain
floods ; is of a hot temperature, and contains 35
families of Indians ; lies 12 leagues to the n. of its
capital.

(Chalco Lake. See Mexico.)

CHALCOS, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Lucanas in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of Cahuanca.

CHALEUAPAN, a settlement of the province
and government of Nicaragua in the kingdom of
Guatemala.

CHALEURS, a bay on the coast of the pro
vince of Nova Scotia or Acadia, and gulf of St.
Lawrence. It is large and convenient.

CHALEURS, another bay on the s. coast of the
island of Newfoundland, near the point which
looks to the w.

(CHALEURS, a deep and broad bay on the w.
side of the gulf of St. Lawrence. From this bay
to that of Verte, on the s. in the s. e. corner of the
gulf, is the n. e. sea line of the British province
of New Brunswick.)

CHALINGA, a settlement of Indians of the
province and corregimiento of Coquimbo in the
kingdom of Chile.

CHALIQUE, San Pablo de, a settlement of
the province and corregimiento of Caxamarca in
Peru.

CHALLABAMBA, a settlement of the pro
vince and corregimiento of Paucartambo in Peru.

CHALLACATA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Paria in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Garu Mendoza.

CHALLACOLLO, a settlement of the same
province and corregimiento as the former, belong
ing to the archbishopric of Charcas. It has a con
vent of monks of the order of St. Augustin.

CHALLAHUACHO, a river of the province
and corregimiento of Chilques y Masques in Peru.
It rises near the settlement of Capi, runs in a ser
pentine course to the n. n. w. and enters the Apu
rirnac.

CHALLANA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Larecaja in Peru.

CHALLAPAMPA an ancient province of
Peru, of small extent, and to the c. of Cuzco. It


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