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CHI

C H I

11. Don Juan Zapata y Sandoval, native
of Mexico, of the order of St. Augustin ; he came
to Spain, was regent of the college of San Gabriel
de Valladolid, and elected bishop of Chiapa in
1612 ; then promoted to the archbishopric of Gua
temala in' 1622.

12. Don Bernardino de Salazar y Frias, native
of Burgos, canon of Jaen, .collegiate in the college
of San Antonio de Portaceli de Siguenza ; pre
sented to the bishopric in 1622 : he died in 1623.

13. Don Alonzo Munoz, dean of the holy church
of Mexico, professor of theology ; he died before
he was consecrated.

14. Don Agustin Ugarte de Saravia, elected in
1628 ; he was promoted in 1630 to the arch
bishopric of Guatemala.

15. Don Fray Marcos Ramirez de Prado, of the
order of St. Francis, native of Madrid ; he studied
in Salamanca arts and theology with great credit,
was guardian of the convent of Lucena, vice-com
missary general of the Indies, and guardian of the
convent of Granada, when he was elected bishop
of Chiapa in 1632 ; he entered its church in 1635,
and was promoted to that of Mechoacan in 1639.

16. Don Fray Christoval de Lazarraga, a monk
of the order of St. Bernard, native of Madrid, was
master and professor in Salamanca, abbot of the
monastery of that city, and qualificator of the in
quisition ; he was presented to the bishopric of
Chiapa in 1639, and promoted to that of Carta
gena of the Indies in 1641.

17. Don Fray Domingo de Villaescusa, a monk
of the order of St. Jerome, collegian in the col
lege of San Lorenzo el Real, prior of the monas
tery of Espeja, and of those of Parral de Segovia,
of San Geronimo de Guisando of Madrid, visitor
of the two Castillas, and general of his order ; was
presented to the bishopric of Chiapa in 1641, go
verned until 165 1 , when he was promoted to the
church of Y ucatan.

18. Don JFrqy Francisco Nunez de la Vega, a
monk of the order of St. Dominic.

19. Don Christoval Bernardo de Quiros, native
of Tordelaguna, canon of the churches of Are
quipa, Quito, and of Lima, pro visor and vicar
general of the archbishopric, and judge of the in
quisition ; he was elected in 1660, and was pro
moted to the archbishopric of Popayan in 1670.

20. Don Manuel Fernandez de Santa Cruz y
Sahagun, a native of Palencia in Castilla de
Cuenca, in the university of Salamanca, first canon
of Segovia, was elected in 1672, and before he ar
rived was promoted to Guadalaxara.

21. Don

22. Don

23. Don J uan Bautista Alvarez de Toledo, na-

tive of the town of San Salvador, in the province
of G uatemala, of the religious order of St. Francis,
professor in his religion, and prelate of many con
vents ; he was elected in 1708, and promoted to the
archbishopric of Guatemala in 1714. ,

24. Don

25. Don Fray Joseph Cubero Ramirez de Arel
lano, a monk of the order of Nuestra Senora de la
Merced ; elected in 1734, governed 19 years, until
1753, when he died.

26. Don Fray Joseph Vidal de Montezuma, of
the order of Nuestra Senora de la Merced, a native
of Mexico ; elected in 1753, governed till 1767,
when he died.

27. Don Miguel de Cilieza y Velasco ;• elected
in the above year, governed until 1768, when he
died.

28. Don Fray Lucas Ramirez, of the order of
St. Francis ; he was promoted to the archbishopric
of Santa Fe in 1769.

29. Don Fray Juan Manuel de Vargas y Ri
vera, a native of Lima, monk of the order of Nues
tra Senora de la Merced ; elected in the afore
said year of 1769, governed until 1774, when he
died.

30. Don Antonio Caballero y Gongora, until
the following year of 1775, when he was promoted
to the church of Yucatan.

31. Don Francisco Polanco, until 1785, when
he died ; and,

32. Don Joseph Martinez Palomino Lopez de
Lerena, elected in 1786.

Chiapa, with the appellation of Mota, a settle
ment of the alcaldia mayor of Xilotepec in Nucva
Espana. It contains 960 families of Otomies In
dians, and is seven leagues to the n. w. of its ca
pital.

CHIAPANTONGO, a settlement and head
settlement of the district of the alcaldia mayor of
Xilotepec in Nueva Espana ; annexed to the
curacy of its capital, from whence it lies two
leaffues to the n. It contains 102 familes of In
dians.

CHIAPAS, a settlement of the province and
government of Cinaloa.

CHIAPILLA, a settlement of the province and
alcaldia mayor of Chiapa, and kingdom of Guate
mala, in the district of its capital.

CHIARA, a settlement of the province and bi
shopric of Huamanga in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of the parish of Santa Maria Magdalena in
that city, from whence it is three leagues distant.

CHIAUTLA, S. Andres De, a settlement and
head settlement of the alcaldia mayor of Tezcoco


Translation

11 Don Fray Tuan Zapata y Sandoval, natural de México, del Orden de San Agustin: vino a España, fue Regente del Colegio de San Gabriel de Valladolid y electo Obispo de Chiapa en 161 2, fue promovido al Arzobispado de Goatemala el de 1622. 12 Don Bernardino de Salazar y Frias, natural de Burgos, Canónigo Magistral de Jaén, Colegial en el Colegio de San Antonio de Portaceli de Siguenza, presentado para Obispo en 1622, murió el de 1623.
13 Don Alonso Muñoz, Dean de la Santa Iglesia de México, Catedrático de Prima de Teología, murió antes de consagrarse.
14 Don Agustín Ugarte de Saravia, eleeto el año de 1628, promovido el de 1630 al Arzobispado de Goatemala.
15 Don Fray Marcos Ramirez de Prado, del Orden de San Francisco, natural de Madrid: estudió en Salamanca Artes y Teología con gran crédito, fue Secretario de su Provincial, Guardian del Convento de Lucena, Vice-Comisario General de Indias, y Guardian de su Convento de Granada, quando fue electo Obispo de Chiapa el año el de 1632, entró en su Iglesia el de 1 63 5, y fue promovido a la de Mechoacan el de 1639.
16 Don Fray Christóval de Lazarraga, Monge del Orden de San Bernardo, natural de Madrid, fue Maestro y Catedrático en Salamanca, Abad del Monasterio de aquella Ciudad, Calificador del Santo Oficio, presentado para el Obispado de Chiapa en 1639, promovido al de Cartagena de Indias el de 1641.
17 Don Fray Domingo de Villaexcusa, Religioso del Orden de San Gerónimo, Colegial en el Colegio de San Lorenzo el Real, Prior del Monasterio de Espeja y de los del Parral de Segovia, de San Gerónimo de Guisando, de San Miguel del Monte y de San Gerónimo de Madrid, Visitador de las dos Castillas y General de su Orden, fue presentado para el Obispado de Chiapa el año de 1641, gobernó hasta el de 165 1 que pasó promovido a la Iglesia de Yucatán.
18 Don Fray Francisco Nuñez de la Vega, Religioso del Orden de Santo Domingo.
19 Don Cristóval Bernardo de Quiros, natural de Tordelaguna, Canónigo de las Iglesias de Arequipa, de Quito y de Lima, Provisor y Vicario General de este Arzobispado, Juez del Santo Oficio, electo el año de 1600, pasó promovido al Obispado de Popayan el de 1670.
20 Don Manuel Fernandez de Santa Cruz y Sahagun, natural de Palencia en Castilla la Vieja, Colegial Mayor de Cuenca en la Universidad de Salamanca, Canónigo Magistral de Segovia, electo el año de 1672, y antes de llegar fue promovido a Guadalaxara.
21 Don
22 Don
23 Don Juan Bautista Alvarez de Toledo, natural del Pueblo de San Salvador en la Provincia de Goatemala, Religioso del Orden de San Francisco, Catedrático en su Religión, y Prelado de muchos Conventos, electo el año de 1 708, promovido al Arzobispo de Goatemala el de 1714,
24 Don
25 Don Fray Joseph Cubero Ramírez de Arellano, Religioso del Orden de nuestra Señora de la Merced, electo el año de 1734, gobernó 19 años hasta el de 1753 en que murió.. T
26 Don Fray Joseph Vidal de Motezuma, del Orden de nuestra Señora de la Merced, natural de México, electo en 1753, gobernó hasta el año de 1767 que murió.
27 Don Miguel de Cilieza y Velasco, electo el referido año, hasta el de 1768 en que murió. -
28 Don Fray Lucas Ramírez, del Orden de San Francisco; pasó promovido al Arzobispado de Santa Fe el de 1769.
29 Don Fray Juan Manuel de Vargas y Rivera, natural de Lima, Religioso 4el Orden de nuestra Señora de la Merced, electo el referido año de 1769. hasta el de 1 7 74 que murió.
30 Don Antonio Caballero y Góngora, hasta el siguiente de 1775, que fue promovido a la Iglesia de Yucatán
31 Don Francisco Polanco, hasta el año de 1785 que murió.
32 Don Joseph Martínez Palomino López de Lerena, electo el año de 1786.

CHIAPANTONGO, Pjieblo y Cabecera de Partido de la Alcaldía mayor de Xilotepec en Nueva España, anexo al Curato de su Capital, de donde dista 2 leguas al N: tiene 102 familias de Indios.

CHIAPAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Cinaloa,

CHIAPILLA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Alcaldía mayor de Chiapa y Reyno de Goatemala en el partido de la Ciudad Capital.

CHIARA, Pueblo de teProvincia y Obispado de Huamanga en el Perú, anexo al Curato de la Parroquia de Santa María Magdalena en aquella Ciudad, de donde dista 3 leguas.

CHIAUTLA, S. Andrés de, Pueblo y Cabecera de la Alcaldía mayor de Tezcoco

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C H I

11. Don Juan Zapata y Sandoval, native
of Mexico, of the order of St. Augustin ; he came
to Spain, was regent of the college of San Gabriel
de Valladolid, and elected bishop of Chiapa in
1612 ; then promoted to the archbishopric of Gua
temala in' 1622.

12. Don Bernardino de Salazar y Frias, native
of Burgos, canon of Jaen, .collegiate in the college
of San Antonio de Portaceli de Siguenza ; pre
sented to the bishopric in 1622 : he died in 1623.

13. Don Alonzo Munoz, dean of the holy church
of Mexico, professor of theology ; he died before
he was consecrated.

14. Don Agustin Ugarte de Saravia, elected in
1628 ; he was promoted in 1630 to the arch
bishopric of Guatemala.

15. Don Fray Marcos Ramirez de Prado, of the
order of St. Francis, native of Madrid ; he studied
in Salamanca arts and theology with great credit,
was guardian of the convent of Lucena, vice-com
missary general of the Indies, and guardian of the
convent of Granada, when he was elected bishop
of Chiapa in 1632 ; he entered its church in 1635,
and was promoted to that of Mechoacan in 1639.

16. Don Fray Christoval de Lazarraga, a monk
of the order of St. Bernard, native of Madrid, was
master and professor in Salamanca, abbot of the
monastery of that city, and qualificator of the in
quisition ; he was presented to the bishopric of
Chiapa in 1639, and promoted to that of Carta
gena of the Indies in 1641.

17. Don Fray Domingo de Villaescusa, a monk
of the order of St. Jerome, collegian in the col
lege of San Lorenzo el Real, prior of the monas
tery of Espeja, and of those of Parral de Segovia,
of San Geronimo de Guisando of Madrid, visitor
of the two Castillas, and general of his order ; was
presented to the bishopric of Chiapa in 1641, go
verned until 165 1 , when he was promoted to the
church of Y ucatan.

18. Don JFrqy Francisco Nunez de la Vega, a
monk of the order of St. Dominic.

19. Don Christoval Bernardo de Quiros, native
of Tordelaguna, canon of the churches of Are
quipa, Quito, and of Lima, pro visor and vicar
general of the archbishopric, and judge of the in
quisition ; he was elected in 1660, and was pro
moted to the archbishopric of Popayan in 1670.

20. Don Manuel Fernandez de Santa Cruz y
Sahagun, a native of Palencia in Castilla de
Cuenca, in the university of Salamanca, first canon
of Segovia, was elected in 1672, and before he ar
rived was promoted to Guadalaxara.

21. Don

22. Don

23. Don J uan Bautista Alvarez de Toledo, na-

tive of the town of San Salvador, in the province
of G uatemala, of the religious order of St. Francis,
professor in his religion, and prelate of many con
vents ; he was elected in 1708, and promoted to the
archbishopric of Guatemala in 1714. ,

24. Don

25. Don Fray Joseph Cubero Ramirez de Arel
lano, a monk of the order of Nuestra Senora de la
Merced ; elected in 1734, governed 19 years, until
1753, when he died.

26. Don Fray Joseph Vidal de Montezuma, of
the order of Nuestra Senora de la Merced, a native
of Mexico ; elected in 1753, governed till 1767,
when he died.

27. Don Miguel de Cilieza y Velasco ;• elected
in the above year, governed until 1768, when he
died.

28. Don Fray Lucas Ramirez, of the order of
St. Francis ; he was promoted to the archbishopric
of Santa Fe in 1769.

29. Don Fray Juan Manuel de Vargas y Ri
vera, a native of Lima, monk of the order of Nues
tra Senora de la Merced ; elected in the afore
said year of 1769, governed until 1774, when he
died.

30. Don Antonio Caballero y Gongora, until
the following year of 1775, when he was promoted
to the church of Yucatan.

31. Don Francisco Polanco, until 1785, when
he died ; and,

32. Don Joseph Martinez Palomino Lopez de
Lerena, elected in 1786.

Chiapa, with the appellation of Mota, a settle
ment of the alcaldia mayor of Xilotepec in Nucva
Espana. It contains 960 families of Otomies In
dians, and is seven leagues to the n. w. of its ca
pital.

CHIAPANTONGO, a settlement and head
settlement of the district of the alcaldia mayor of
Xilotepec in Nueva Espana ; annexed to the
curacy of its capital, from whence it lies two
leaffues to the n. It contains 102 familes of In
dians.

CHIAPAS, a settlement of the province and
government of Cinaloa.

CHIAPILLA, a settlement of the province and
alcaldia mayor of Chiapa, and kingdom of Guate
mala, in the district of its capital.

CHIARA, a settlement of the province and bi
shopric of Huamanga in Peru ; annexed to the
curacy of the parish of Santa Maria Magdalena in
that city, from whence it is three leagues distant.

CHIAUTLA, S. Andres De, a settlement and
head settlement of the alcaldia mayor of Tezcoco


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