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C H A

It was conquered and united to the empire by
Inca Roca, the sixth Emperor.

CHALLAPATA, a settlement of the province
and corregimienlo of Paria in Peru.

CHALLAS, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Caxamarquilla or Pataz in Peru,
in the district of which is an estate called Huasil-
las, where there is a house of entertainment be-
longing to the religion of St. Francis, in which
reside the missionaries who assist in the conversion
of the infidel Indians of the mountains.

CHALOUPES, PUERTO DE LAS, a port in
the island of Guadalupe, and on the n. coast, is
small, and lies between the Punta Antigua (Old
Point) and the Mole bay.

CHALUANCA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Amaraez in Peru ; situate on
the shore of the river Pachachaca.

CHALUANI, a settlement of the same province
and corregimiento as the former ; annexed to the
curacy of Sirca.

CHAMA, a river of the province and govern-
ment of Maracaibo. It rises at the foot of the
snowy sierra, runs, making the form of two SS, to
the e. and rt;. and passing by to the s. of the city
of Merida, returns n. and enters the great lake of
Maracaibo at the side opposite its mouth.

Chama, a large and fertile valley of the same
province and government, to the s. of the lake.

CHAMACA, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Chumbivilcas in Peru.

CHAMACON, a river of the province and go-
vernment of Darien in the kingdom of Tierra
Firme ; it rises in the mountains of the e. coast,
and runs from s. e. to n. w. until it enters the large
river Atrato near its mouth.

CHAMACUERO, San Francisco de, a set-
tlement and head settlement of the district of the
alcaldia mayor of Zelaya in the province and bi-
shopric of Meohoacan. It contains 690 families of
Indians, and more than 30 of Spaniards, Mustees,
and Mulaltoes, with a convent of the order of St.
Francis ; is five leagues to the n. of its capital.

CHAMAL, a settlement of Indians of the Chi-
chimeca nation, in the head settlement of the dis-
trict of Tamazunchale, and alcaldia mayor of Valles,
in Nueva Espana ; situate in a valley of the same
name. Its inhabitants having been reduced at
the beginning of the 18th century, and having re-
quested a priest, one was sent them of the religion
of St. Francis ; but no sooner did he arrive amongst
them than they put him to death, eating his body,
and at the same time destroying the settlement.
They were, however, afterwards reduced to the
faith, rather through the hostilities practised against

them by their neighbours than a desire of embrac-
ing it. It is five leagues from Nuestra Senora
de la Soledad.

CHAMANGUE, a river of the province and
government of Quixos y Macas in the kingdom of
Quito. It runs through the territory of the city of
Avila from n. w. to s. e. and enters the river Coca,
on the w. side, in lat. 46° s.

CHAMARI, a small river of the province and
country of the Amazonas, which runs s. s. e. and
enters the river Madera opposite that of Guayapa-
ranna.

CHAMARIAPA, a settlement of the province
of Barcelona, and government of Curaana, in the
kingdom of Tierra Firme ; one of those which are
under the care of the religious observers of St.
Francis, the missionaries of Piritu. It is to the
w. of the mesa (table land) of Guanipa.

CHAMAS, a settlement of the province and cor-
regimiento of Caxatambo in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of Mangas.

CHAMAYA, a settlement of the province and
government of Jaen de Bracamoros in the kingdom
of Quito ; situate on the shore of the river Ma-
ranon.

CHAMBA, a river of the province and corregi-
miento of Loxa in the kingdom of Quito, towards
the s. It runs from e. to w. passes near the settle-
uient of Vilcabamba, and then enters the river Ma-
lacatos.

(CHAMBERSBURG, a post town in Pennsyl-
vania
, and the chief of Franklin county. It
is situated on the e. branch of Conogocheague
creek, a water of Potow.mac river, in a rich and
highly cultivated country and healthy situation-.
Here are about 200 houses, two Presbyterian
churches, a stone gaol, a handsome court-house
buUt of brick, a paper and merchant mill. It is
58 miles e. by s. of Bedford, 11 w. zo. of Shippens-
burg, and 157 w. of Philadelphia. Lat. 39° 57'
n. Long. 77° 40' a-'.)

CHAMBIRA, a settlement of the province and
government of Maynas in the kingdom of Quito ;
situale at the source of the river of its name. It
rises to the e. of the settlement of Pinches, between
the rivers Tigre and Pastaza, and runs nearly pa-
rallel to the former, where it enters, with a much
increased body, into the Maranon.

(CHAMBLEE River, or Sorell, a water of
the St. Lawrence, issuing from lake Champlain,
300 yards wide when lowest. It is shoal in dry
seasons, but of sufficient breadth for rafting lumber,
&c. spring and fall. It was called both Sorcll and
Richlieu when the French held Canada.)

CHAMBLI, a French fort in the province and


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conquistó y unid al .Imperio Ynca Roca VI Emperador.

CHALLAPATA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Paria en el Perú.

CHALOUPES, Puerto de las, en la Isla de Guadalupe y Costa del N: es pequeño, y está entre la Punta de Antigua y la Bahía de la Mole.

CHALLAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxamarquilla o Pataz en el Perú, en cuyo distrito hay una hacienda llamada Huasillas, donde tiene un Hospicio la Religión de San Francisco, en que residen los Misioneros que asisten a las conversiones de los Indios infieles de la montaña.

CHALUANCA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Aymaraez en el Perú, situado a orilla del rjo Pachachaca.

CHALUANI, Pueblo de la misma Provincia y Corregimiento que el anterior anexo al Curato de Sirca..

CHAMA, Río] de la Provincia y Gobierno de Maracaibo: nace al pie de la sierra nevada: corre haciendo ss al E y al O, y pasando cerca de la Ciudad de Mérida por el S de ella, vuelve al N, y entra en la gran laguna de Maracaybo por la parte opuesta a su boca.

Tiene el mismo nombre, un valle dilatado y fértil de la misma Provincia y Gobierno, al S de la laguna.

CHAMACA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Chumbivilcas en el Perú]].

CHAMACON;, Río de la Provincia y Gobierno del Darien en el Reyno de Tierra-Firme: nace en las montañas de la Costa del E, y corre del SE al NO hasta salir al río grande de A trato cerca de su: boca.

CHAMACUERO, San Francisco de, Pueblo y Cabecera de Partido de la Alcaldía mayor de Zelaya en la Provincia y Obispaao de Mechoacan: tiene 690 familias de Indios y mas de 30 de Españoles, Mestizos y Mulatos, con un Convento de Religiosos de San Francisco dista 5 leguas al N de su Capital.

CHACAL, Pueblo de Indios de la nación Chichi meca, en la Cabecera de Partido de Tamazunchale y Provincia y Alcaldía mayor de Valles en Nueva España, situado en un valle del mismo nombre: sus habitantes se redujeron a principios del siglo, pidiendo un Sacerdote, que se les envió de la Religión de San Francisco, al qual martirizaron inmediatamente que llegó, sirviéndoles su cuerpo de vianda, y arruinando el Pueblo, pero después se reduxéron por miedo de las hostilidades coa que los persiguen sus confinantes, mas que por deseo de abrazar la Religión está 5 leguas de nuestra Señora de la Soledad.

CHAMANGUE,Rio de la Provincia y Gobierno de Quixos y Macas en el Reyno de Quito: corre por él territorio de la Ciudad de Avila del NO al SE, y entra en el de Coca por su parte occidental en 46 min. de lat. aust.

CBAMARI, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y País de las Amazonas: corre al S SE, y entra en el de la Madera enfrente; del de Guayaparanna.

CHAMARIAPA, Pueblo de la Provincia de Barcelona y Gobierno de Cumana en el Reyno de Tierra-Firme, uno de los que tienen a su cargo los Religiosos Observantes de 522 Francisco, Misioneros del Piritu: está al O de la mesa de Guanipa.

CHAMAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxatambo en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Mangas.

CHAMAYA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Jaén de Bracamoros en el Reyno de Quito situado a orilla del río Marañon.

CHAMBA, Río] de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Loxa en el Reyno de Quito al S: corre de Levante a Poniente, pasa cerca del Pueblo de Vilcabamba, y después entra en el río de Malacatos, en 4 gr. 14. min. de lat. aust.

CHAMBIRA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Maynas,en, el Reyno de Quito, situado en la Cabecera del río de su nombré.
Este nace al E despueblo de Pinches, entre los rios Tigre y Pastara: corre casi paralelo al primero, y entra muy crecido en el Marañon.

CHAMBLI, Fuerte de los Franceses en la Provincia

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C H A

C H A

It was conquered and united to the empire by
Inca Roca, the sixth Emperor.

CHALLAPATA, a settlement of the province
and corregimienlo of Paria in Peru.

CHALLAS, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Caxamarquilla or Pataz in Peru,
in the district of which is an estate called Huasil-
las, where there is a house of entertainment be-
longing to the religion of St. Francis, in which
reside the missionaries who assist in the conversion
of the infidel Indians of the mountains.

CHALOUPES, PUERTO DE LAS, a port in
the island of Guadalupe, and on the n. coast, is
small, and lies between the Punta Antigua (Old
Point) and the Mole bay.

CHALUANCA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Amaraez in Peru ; situate on
the shore of the river Pachachaca.

CHALUANI, a settlement of the same province
and corregimiento as the former ; annexed to the
curacy of Sirca.

CHAMA, a river of the province and govern-
ment of Maracaibo. It rises at the foot of the
snowy sierra, runs, making the form of two SS, to
the e. and rt;. and passing by to the s. of the city
of Merida, returns n. and enters the great lake of
Maracaibo at the side opposite its mouth.

Chama, a large and fertile valley of the same
province and government, to the s. of the lake.

CHAMACA, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Chumbivilcas in Peru.

CHAMACON, a river of the province and go-
vernment of Darien in the kingdom of Tierra
Firme ; it rises in the mountains of the e. coast,
and runs from s. e. to n. w. until it enters the large
river Atrato near its mouth.

CHAMACUERO, San Francisco de, a set-
tlement and head settlement of the district of the
alcaldia mayor of Zelaya in the province and bi-
shopric of Meohoacan. It contains 690 families of
Indians, and more than 30 of Spaniards, Mustees,
and Mulaltoes, with a convent of the order of St.
Francis ; is five leagues to the n. of its capital.

CHAMAL, a settlement of Indians of the Chi-
chimeca nation, in the head settlement of the dis-
trict of Tamazunchale, and alcaldia mayor of Valles,
in Nueva Espana ; situate in a valley of the same
name. Its inhabitants having been reduced at
the beginning of the 18th century, and having re-
quested a priest, one was sent them of the religion
of St. Francis ; but no sooner did he arrive amongst
them than they put him to death, eating his body,
and at the same time destroying the settlement.
They were, however, afterwards reduced to the
faith, rather through the hostilities practised against

them by their neighbours than a desire of embrac-
ing it. It is five leagues from Nuestra Senora
de la Soledad.

CHAMANGUE, a river of the province and
government of Quixos y Macas in the kingdom of
Quito. It runs through the territory of the city of
Avila from n. w. to s. e. and enters the river Coca,
on the w. side, in lat. 46° s.

CHAMARI, a small river of the province and
country of the Amazonas, which runs s. s. e. and
enters the river Madera opposite that of Guayapa-
ranna.

CHAMARIAPA, a settlement of the province
of Barcelona, and government of Curaana, in the
kingdom of Tierra Firme ; one of those which are
under the care of the religious observers of St.
Francis, the missionaries of Piritu. It is to the
w. of the mesa (table land) of Guanipa.

CHAMAS, a settlement of the province and cor-
regimiento of Caxatambo in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of Mangas.

CHAMAYA, a settlement of the province and
government of Jaen de Bracamoros in the kingdom
of Quito ; situate on the shore of the river Ma-
ranon.

CHAMBA, a river of the province and corregi-
miento of Loxa in the kingdom of Quito, towards
the s. It runs from e. to w. passes near the settle-
uient of Vilcabamba, and then enters the river Ma-
lacatos.

(CHAMBERSBURG, a post town in Pennsyl-
vania
, and the chief of Franklin county. It
is situated on the e. branch of Conogocheague
creek, a water of Potow.mac river, in a rich and
highly cultivated country and healthy situation-.
Here are about 200 houses, two Presbyterian
churches, a stone gaol, a handsome court-house
buUt of brick, a paper and merchant mill. It is
58 miles e. by s. of Bedford, 11 w. zo. of Shippens-
burg, and 157 w. of Philadelphia. Lat. 39° 57'
n. Long. 77° 40' a-'.)

CHAMBIRA, a settlement of the province and
government of Maynas in the kingdom of Quito ;
situale at the source of the river of its name. It
rises to the e. of the settlement of Pinches, between
the rivers Tigre and Pastaza, and runs nearly pa-
rallel to the former, where it enters, with a much
increased body, into the Maranon.

(CHAMBLEE River, or Sorell, a water of
the St. Lawrence, issuing from lake Champlain,
300 yards wide when lowest. It is shoal in dry
seasons, but of sufficient breadth for rafting lumber,
&c. spring and fall. It was called both Sorcll and
Richlieu when the French held Canada.)

CHAMBLI, a French fort in the province and


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