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C H U

C H Y

471

ment of the province and corre^innenlo of Hiia-
machuco in Peru ; one of the lour divisions of the
curacy of Estancias.

CHUQUIYAPU, an ancient province of Peru,
which was conquered and united to the empire by
Mayta Capac, fourth Emperor of the Incas, after
the famous battle and victory of Huallu against
the Collas Indians. It is tolerably well j, copied,
and of a cold climate. Its territory abounds in
excellent pastures, iti which there are great quan-
tities of cattle. In some parts, where the tempera-
ture is hot, there is found maize, cacao, and sugar-
cane. This country abountls in woods, and in
these are found tigers, leopards, stags, and mon-
keys of many dilFerent species.

CHURCAMPA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Huanta in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Mayor.

[CHURCH Creek Town, in Dorchester
county, Maryland, lies at the head of Church
creek, a branch of Hudson river, seven miles $.w.
from Cambridge.]

[Church Hill, a village in Queen Ann’s county,
Maryland, at tlie head of S. E. Creek, a branch of
Chester river, n. w. of Bridgetown, and n. e. of
Centreville eight miles, and 85 s. w. from Phila-
delphia. Lat. 39° 6' n. Long. 76° 10' a?.]

CHURCHILL, a great river of New S. Wales,
one of tlie provinces of N. America, at the mouth
of which the English Hudson bay company have a
fort and establishment; situate in lat. 59° w. and
long. 94° 12' w. The commerce of this place is
great and lucrative, and on account of its great
distance entirely secure from any disturbance from
the French. In 1747 the number of castor-skins,
which were brought by 100 Indians to this spot in
their canoes, amounted to 20,000. Several other
kinds of skins were also brought from the n, by
200 other Indians ; some of whom came hither by
the river Seals, or Marine Wolves, 15 leagues to
the s. of the fort. To the n. of this fort there are
no castors, since there arc no woods where these
animals are found, though there are many other
woods Avhich abound in wolves, bears, foxes, buf-
faloes, and other animals whose skins are valuable.
Here are great quantities of shrubs or small trees,
planted by the factory, supplying timber ; but the
opposite side, of the river is most favourable to their
growth ; and at a still greater distance are found
large trees of various kinds. The company re-
siding in the fort is exposed to many risks, and
obliged to inhabit a rock surrounded by frosts and
snows for eight months in the year, being exposed
to all the winds and tempests. On account of the
deficiency of pasture, they maintain near the fac-
tory no more than four or five horses, and a bull
w ith two cows ; for the maintenance of which du-
ring the winter, fodder is brought from a fenny
bottom some miles distant from the river. Those
who have been hero allirm, that between this river
and the river Nelson there is, at a great distance
up the country, a communication or narrow pass
of land, by which these rivers are divided; and the
Indians who carry on this traffic, have dealings
with the English navigating the river Nelson or
Albany. [See New Britain.]

[CHURCHTOWN, a village so called, in the
n. e. part of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, about
20 miles e.n.e. of Lancaster, and 50w.n.w.oi'
Philadelphia. It has 12 houses, and an episcopal
church ; and m the environs are two forges, which

manufacture about 450 tons of bar iron annually.
reghnienlo of Caxatambo in Peru. Its jurisdictioa
comprehends the settlements of

Huacho,

Pal pas,

Curay,

Naba,

Taucir,

Oyon,

Rapas,

Tinta,

Pachangara,

Mallay.

It has some celebrated fountains of mineral waters,

CHURUBAMBA, settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Huanuco in Peru ; annexed
to the curacy of Santa Maria del Valle.

CHURUMACO, a settlement of the head settle-
ment and dlealdia mayor of Cinagua in Nueva
España ; situate in a dry and warm country ; on
which account the seeds scarcely ever come to ma-
turity, save those of maize ; melons indeed grow
in abundance, owing to the cultivation they find,
and from water being brought to them from a river
which runs at least a league’s distance from the
the settlement. In its district are several herds of
large cattle, which form the principal branch of
the commerce of the inhabitants : these consist of
80 families of Indians. In its limits are also found
some ranchos, in which reside 22 families of Spa-
niards, and 34 of Mustees and Mulattoes. At a
short distance is the mountain called Ynguaran, in
which copper mines are found, though this metal
has not been observed much to abound. Four
leagues to the e. of its capital.

CHURUMATAS, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Yamparaes in Peru, and of
the archbishopric of Charcas.

CHUSCOS, a barbarous nation of Indians of
the ancient province of Panataguas, to the n. of
the city of Huanuco ; of which little more than its
name is known.

CHYAIZAQUES, a barbarous nation, and


Translation

de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huamachuco en el Perú, uno de los quátro divididos del Curato de Estancias.

CHUQUIYAPU, Provincia antigua del Perú, que conquistó y unió al Imperio Mayna-Cápac, IV Emperador de los Incas, después de la famosa batalla y victoria de tluallu contra los Indios Collas: es bastante poblada y de clima frío: su territorio abunda de excelentes pastos en que hay muchísimo ganado: en algunos parages que tienen de temperamento cálido produce mucho maiz, coca. y cañas dulces: abunda éste pais de bosques, y en ellos los tigres, leopardos, ciervos y monos de muchas especies diversas.

CHURCAMPA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huántaen el Perú, anexo al Curato de Mayoc.

CHURCHILL, Río grande de la Nueva Gales Meridional, una de las Provincias de la América Septentrional, a cuya boca tiene un fuerte y establecimiento la Compañía Inglesa de la Bahía de Hudson, situado en 59 gr. de latí Sept. y 95 de long. Occid. El comercio que hace aquí es grande y muy lucroso, que no pueden impedirlo los Franceses por la gran distancia: el año, de 1747 subieron a 205 las pieles de castor, conducidas por mas de 100 Indios. Montaraces en sus canoas, y cerca de otros 200 de la parte Septentrional otras diferentes pieles r algunos baxáron por el río Seáis o de Lobos Marinos 15 leguas a Mediodia del fuerte referido: al N de este no se crian castores, porque no hay bosques de los que habitan estos animales, pero abundan los lobos, osos, zorras búfalos y otros animales que tienen ricas pieles que pacen en este pais por la mayor, parte fanigoso: hay gran cantidad de arbustos o árboles pequeños, plantados por, la factoría para tener leña, pero de la otra parte del río prueba mejor el plantío, y a mayor distancia se hallan árboles gruesos de varias especies. La Compañía que reside en el fuerte está expuesta a muchos riesgos, ooligada a habitar en un escollo circundado de yelo y nieve ocho meses del año, expuesta a todos los vientos y tempestades: por la poca comodidad de los pastos tienen solamente 4 o cinco caballos, y un toro con dos bacas cerca de la factoría, y para alimentarlos en el invierno, es preciso traer el heno de un fondo pantanoso distante algunas millas del rio: aseguran los que han estado allí que entre este río y el de Nelson hay a mucha distancia tierra adentro, una comunicación o breve paso de tierra que los divide, y los Indios que hacen este tráfico refieren a los Ingleses que van por el río Nelson o Albania.

CHURIN, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxatambo en el Perú: su jurisdicción comprehende los Pueblos de
Huacho.
Pachangara.
Oyon.
Curay.
Palpas.
Tinta.
Taucir.
Naba.
Mallay.
Rapas.
Tiene unas célebres fuentes de aguas minerales,

CHURUBAMBA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huanuco en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Santa María del Valle.

CHURUMACO, Pueblo de. la Cabecera y Alcaldía mayor de Cinagaa en Nueva España, situado en un País árido y caliente, por cuyo motivo rara vez se logran los sembrados sino es el maiz, y solo produce con abundancia sandías y melones a beneficio del agua con que riegan y la sacan de un río que corre a distancia de una legua del Pueblo, en; cuyo distrito hay varias crias de ganado mayor que es el principal comercio de sus vecinos, éstos son 8o familias de Indios: también tiene: en su término algunos ranchos de labor en que viven 22 familias de Españoles, 34 de Mestizos y Mulatos: a corta distancia está el cerro que llaman Ynguaran en que se hallan minas de cobre, aunque con; escasez de este metal: está 4 leguas al Oriente de su Capital.

CHURUMATAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Yamparaes en el Perú, y del Arzobispado de Charcas.

CHUSCOS, Nación bárbara de Indios de la antia la a Provincia de Panataguas al N de la Ciudad de Huanuco, de quienes apenas se sabe mas que el nombre.

CHYAIZAQUES, Nación

471

C H U

C H Y

471

ment of the province and corre^innenlo of Hiia-
machuco in Peru ; one of the lour divisions of the
curacy of Estancias.

CHUQUIYAPU, an ancient province of Peru,
which was conquered and united to the empire by
Mayta Capac, fourth Emperor of the Incas, after
the famous battle and victory of Huallu against
the Collas Indians. It is tolerably well j, copied,
and of a cold climate. Its territory abounds in
excellent pastures, iti which there are great quan-
tities of cattle. In some parts, where the tempera-
ture is hot, there is found maize, cacao, and sugar-
cane. This country abountls in woods, and in
these are found tigers, leopards, stags, and mon-
keys of many dilFerent species.

CHURCAMPA, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Huanta in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Mayor.

[CHURCH Creek Town, in Dorchester
county, Maryland, lies at the head of Church
creek, a branch of Hudson river, seven miles $.w.
from Cambridge.]

[Church Hill, a village in Queen Ann’s county,
Maryland, at tlie head of S. E. Creek, a branch of
Chester river, n. w. of Bridgetown, and n. e. of
Centreville eight miles, and 85 s. w. from Phila-
delphia. Lat. 39° 6' n. Long. 76° 10' a?.]

CHURCHILL, a great river of New S. Wales,
one of tlie provinces of N. America, at the mouth
of which the English Hudson bay company have a
fort and establishment; situate in lat. 59° w. and
long. 94° 12' w. The commerce of this place is
great and lucrative, and on account of its great
distance entirely secure from any disturbance from
the French. In 1747 the number of castor-skins,
which were brought by 100 Indians to this spot in
their canoes, amounted to 20,000. Several other
kinds of skins were also brought from the n, by
200 other Indians ; some of whom came hither by
the river Seals, or Marine Wolves, 15 leagues to
the s. of the fort. To the n. of this fort there are
no castors, since there arc no woods where these
animals are found, though there are many other
woods Avhich abound in wolves, bears, foxes, buf-
faloes, and other animals whose skins are valuable.
Here are great quantities of shrubs or small trees,
planted by the factory, supplying timber ; but the
opposite side, of the river is most favourable to their
growth ; and at a still greater distance are found
large trees of various kinds. The company re-
siding in the fort is exposed to many risks, and
obliged to inhabit a rock surrounded by frosts and
snows for eight months in the year, being exposed
to all the winds and tempests. On account of the
deficiency of pasture, they maintain near the fac-
tory no more than four or five horses, and a bull
w ith two cows ; for the maintenance of which du-
ring the winter, fodder is brought from a fenny
bottom some miles distant from the river. Those
who have been hero allirm, that between this river
and the river Nelson there is, at a great distance
up the country, a communication or narrow pass
of land, by which these rivers are divided; and the
Indians who carry on this traffic, have dealings
with the English navigating the river Nelson or
Albany. [See New Britain.]

[CHURCHTOWN, a village so called, in the
n. e. part of Lancaster county, Pennsylvania, about
20 miles e.n.e. of Lancaster, and 50w.n.w.oi'
Philadelphia. It has 12 houses, and an episcopal
church ; and m the environs are two forges, which

manufacture about 450 tons of bar iron annually.
reghnienlo of Caxatambo in Peru. Its jurisdictioa
comprehends the settlements of

Huacho,

Pal pas,

Curay,

Naba,

Taucir,

Oyon,

Rapas,

Tinta,

Pachangara,

Mallay.

It has some celebrated fountains of mineral waters,

CHURUBAMBA, settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Huanuco in Peru ; annexed
to the curacy of Santa Maria del Valle.

CHURUMACO, a settlement of the head settle-
ment and dlealdia mayor of Cinagua in Nueva
España ; situate in a dry and warm country ; on
which account the seeds scarcely ever come to ma-
turity, save those of maize ; melons indeed grow
in abundance, owing to the cultivation they find,
and from water being brought to them from a river
which runs at least a league’s distance from the
the settlement. In its district are several herds of
large cattle, which form the principal branch of
the commerce of the inhabitants : these consist of
80 families of Indians. In its limits are also found
some ranchos, in which reside 22 families of Spa-
niards, and 34 of Mustees and Mulattoes. At a
short distance is the mountain called Ynguaran, in
which copper mines are found, though this metal
has not been observed much to abound. Four
leagues to the e. of its capital.

CHURUMATAS, a settlement of the province
and corregimiento of Yamparaes in Peru, and of
the archbishopric of Charcas.

CHUSCOS, a barbarous nation of Indians of
the ancient province of Panataguas, to the n. of
the city of Huanuco ; of which little more than its
name is known.

CHYAIZAQUES, a barbarous nation, and


Translation

de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huamachuco en el Perú, uno de los quátro divididos del Curato de Estancias.

CHUQUIYAPU, Provincia antigua del Perú, que conquistó y unió al Imperio Mayna-Cápac, IV Emperador de los Incas, después de la famosa batalla y victoria de tluallu contra los Indios Collas: es bastante poblada y de clima frío: su territorio abunda de excelentes pastos en que hay muchísimo ganado: en algunos parages que tienen de temperamento cálido produce mucho maiz, coca. y cañas dulces: abunda éste pais de bosques, y en ellos los tigres, leopardos, ciervos y monos de muchas especies diversas.

CHURCAMPA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huántaen el Perú, anexo al Curato de Mayoc.

CHURCHILL, Río grande de la Nueva Gales Meridional, una de las Provincias de la América Septentrional, a cuya boca tiene un fuerte y establecimiento la Compañía Inglesa de la Bahía de Hudson, situado en 59 gr. de latí Sept. y 95 de long. Occid. El comercio que hace aquí es grande y muy lucroso, que no pueden impedirlo los Franceses por la gran distancia: el año, de 1747 subieron a 205 las pieles de castor, conducidas por mas de 100 Indios. Montaraces en sus canoas, y cerca de otros 200 de la parte Septentrional otras diferentes pieles r algunos baxáron por el río Seáis o de Lobos Marinos 15 leguas a Mediodia del fuerte referido: al N de este no se crian castores, porque no hay bosques de los que habitan estos animales, pero abundan los lobos, osos, zorras búfalos y otros animales que tienen ricas pieles que pacen en este pais por la mayor, parte fanigoso: hay gran cantidad de arbustos o árboles pequeños, plantados por, la factoría para tener leña, pero de la otra parte del río prueba mejor el plantío, y a mayor distancia se hallan árboles gruesos de varias especies. La Compañía que reside en el fuerte está expuesta a muchos riesgos, ooligada a habitar en un escollo circundado de yelo y nieve ocho meses del año, expuesta a todos los vientos y tempestades: por la poca comodidad de los pastos tienen solamente 4 o cinco caballos, y un toro con dos bacas cerca de la factoría, y para alimentarlos en el invierno, es preciso traer el heno de un fondo pantanoso distante algunas millas del rio: aseguran los que han estado allí que entre este río y el de Nelson hay a mucha distancia tierra adentro, una comunicación o breve paso de tierra que los divide, y los Indios que hacen este tráfico refieren a los Ingleses que van por el río Nelson o Albania.

CHURIN, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxatambo en el Perú: su jurisdicción comprehende los Pueblos de
Huacho.
Pachangara.
Oyon.
Curay.
Palpas.
Tinta.
Taucir.
Naba.
Mallay.
Rapas.
Tiene unas célebres fuentes de aguas minerales,

CHURUBAMBA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huanuco en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Santa María del Valle.

CHURUMACO, Pueblo de. la Cabecera y Alcaldía mayor de Cinagaa en Nueva España, situado en un País árido y caliente, por cuyo motivo rara vez se logran los sembrados sino es el maiz, y solo produce con abundancia sandías y melones a beneficio del agua con que riegan y la sacan de un río que corre a distancia de una legua del Pueblo, en; cuyo distrito hay varias crias de ganado mayor que es el principal comercio de sus vecinos, éstos son 8o familias de Indios: también tiene: en su término algunos ranchos de labor en que viven 22 familias de Españoles, 34 de Mestizos y Mulatos: a corta distancia está el cerro que llaman Ynguaran en que se hallan minas de cobre, aunque con; escasez de este metal: está 4 leguas al Oriente de su Capital.

CHURUMATAS, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Yamparaes en el Perú, y del Arzobispado de Charcas.

CHUSCOS, Nación bárbara de Indios de la antia la a Provincia de Panataguas al N de la Ciudad de Huanuco, de quienes apenas se sabe mas que el nombre.

CHYAIZAQUES, Nación