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or New Spain, was built bj the Spaniards, as well
as the stations of St. Michael and St. Philip, to se
cure the road from Mechoacan to the silver mines
of Zacatea. They have also given this name to
several boroughs of America; as to that in His
paniola island, and to a sea-port of California,
&C.)

CONCHA, San Martin de la, a town and
capital of the province and corregimiento of Quil
lota
in the kingdom of Chile ; founded in 1726
by the Licentiate Don Joseph dc Santiago Concha,
who gave it his name, being at the time temporal
president of this kingdom. Its situation is in a
valley, the most beautiful and fertile of any in the
Jcingdom, and it particularly abounds in wheat.
It has been celebrated for the abundance of gold
that has been taken out of a mine within its dis
trict, and for the protection of which a fort had
been built by Pedro de Valdivia. It has a very
^ood parish church, three convents of the religious
orders of St. Francis, St. Augustin, and La Merced,
and a collec^e which belona-ed to the regulars of
the company of Jesuits, and which is at present oc
cupied by {jic monks of St. Domingo, and a house
of retirement for spiritual exercies, founded and
endowed by a certain individual. In the district
of this city European chesnuts grow, and not far
from it is a lime-kiln belonging to the king, and
which renders a supply for the works going on at
the garrison of Valdivia. Nine leagues from Val
parayso. Lat, 32^48' s. Long. 71° 10' zo.

Concha, a settlement of Indians of S. Carolina;
situate near the source of the river Sonlahowe.

Concha, a bay on the coast of the province and
government of Santa Marta, to the e. of the cape
of La Aguja.

Concha, a settlement of the province and go
vernment of Tucumán in Peru ; situate at the
moiitli of the river of its name, and where it en
ters the Pasage.

Concha, a river in the jurisdiction of the city
of Salta, runs e. and enters the Pasage between
the river Blanco and that of Metau.

CONCHACHITOUU, a settlement of Indians
of S. Carolina, where a fort has been built by the
English for the defence of the establishment which
they hold there.

CONCHALI, a river of the province and cor
regimienlo of Quillota in the kingdom of Chile. It
runs Z 0 . and enters the sea.

CONCHAMARCA, a settlement of the pro
vince and corregimiento of Huanuco in Peru ; an
aexed to the curacy of San Miguel de Huacar.

CONCHAO, a settlement of the province and

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corregimiento of Caxatambo in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Andajes.

(CONCHAS, a parish of the province and go
vernment of Buenos Ayres ; situate on a river of
the same name, about six leagues n. zs. of Buenos
Ayres. Lat. 34° 24' 56" s. Long. 58° 23' 30" ay.)

Conchas, a small river of the province and go
vernment of Buenos Ayres. It runs n. e. and en
ters the river La Plata, at a small distance from
the capital.

Conchas, another river, in the province and
captainship of the Rio Grande in Brazil. It is
small, rises near the coast, and empties itself at the
mouth of that of Amargoso.

Conchas, another, of the kingdom of Nueva
España
, which runs into the sea at the bay of
Mexico, being first united to the Bravo.

Conchas, another, a small river of the province
and government of Buenos Ayres, distinct from
that of which we have spoken. It runs zso. and
enters the Parana, close to the settlement of La
Baxada de Santa Fe.

(CONCHATTAS, Indians of N. America, al
most the same people as the Allibamis. They
first lived on Bayau Chico, in Appelousa district ;
but, four years ago, moved to the river Sabine,
settled themselves on the e. bank, where they now
live, in nearly a s. direction from Natchitoch, and
distant about 80 miles. They call their number
of men about 160 ; but say, if they were altogether,
they would amount to 200. Several families of
them live in detached settlements. They are good
hunters. Game is here in plenty. They kill an
uncommon number of bears. One man alone,
during the summer and fall hunting, sometimes
kills 400 deer, and sells his skins at 40 dollars per
100. The bears usually yield from eight to 12
gallons of oil, each of which never sells for less
than a dollar a gallon, and the skin a dollar more.
No great quantity of the meat is saved. What
the hunters do not use when out, they generally
give to their dogs. The Conchattas are friendly
with all other Indians, and speak well of their
neighbours the Carankouas, who, they say, live
about 80 miles s. of them, on the bay, which is
the nearest point to the sea from Natchitoches.
A tew families of Chactaws have lately settled near
them from Bayau Bceiif. The Conchattas speak
Creek, which is their native language, and Chac
taw, and several of them English ; and one or two
of tliem can read it a little.)

CONCHOS, San Francisco DE LOS, a Settle
ment and garrison of the province of the Tepe
guana
, and kingdom of Nueva Vizcaya ; situate


Translation

CONCHA, San Martin de la, Villa Capital de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Quillota en el Reyno de Chile, fundada el año de 1720 por el Licenciado D. Joseph de Santiago Concha, que le dio el nombre hallándose de Presidente interino de este Reyno: su situación es en un hermoso valle, y de los mas fértiles de él, especialmente en trigo: ha sido célebre por la abundancia de oro que se ha sacado de una mina que tiene en su distrito, para cuya seguridad fabricó una fortaleza Pedro de Valdivia: tiene muy buena Iglesia Parroquial, tres Conventos de Religiosos de las Ordenes de San Francisco, San Agustín y la Merced, y Colegio que fue de los Regulares de la Compañía y ocupan hoy los Religiosos de Santo Domingo, una casa para retiro de Exercitantes, fundada y dotada por un particular: en el distrito de esta Villa se dan castañas de las de Europa, y no lejos de ella hay una calera del Rey de qué se provee para las obras el Presidio de Valdivia: está 9 leguas de Valparayso.

Tiene el mismo nombre un Pueblo de Indios de la Carolina Meridional, situado cerca de la Cabecera del río Sonlahowe.
Una Bahía en la Costa de la Provincia y Gobierno de Santa Marta al E del Cabo de la Aguja..
Un Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno del Tucuman en el Perú, situado a la boca del río de su nombre para entrar en el del Pasage
El río referido en la jurisdicción de la Ciudad de Salta: corre al E, y entra en el del Pasage entre el río Blanco y el de Metau.

CONCHACHITOUU, Pueblo de Indios de la Carolina Meridional, donde tienen los Ingleses construido un fuerte para defensa del establecimiento que tienen allí.

CONCHALI, Río] de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Quillota en el Reyno de Chile: corre al O, y sale al mar.

CONCHAMARCA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Huanaco en el Perú, anexo al Curato de San Miguel de Huacar.

CONCHAO, Puebío de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Caxatambo en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Andajes.

CONCHAS, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno de Buenos-Ayres: corre; al NE, y entra en el de la Plata, poco distante de la Capital.
Otro río hay del mismo nombré en la Provincia y Capitanía del río Grande en el Brasil: es pequeño; nace cerca de la Costa, y sale a la boca del de Amargoso.
Otro del Reyno de Nueva España, que sale al mar en el Seno Mexicano, unido con el Bravo.
Otro río pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno de Buenos-Ayres, distinto del que hemos dicho: corre al O, y entra en el Paraná junto al Pueblo de la baxada de Santa Fe.

CONCHOS, San Francisco de los, Pueblo y Presidio de la Provincia de Tepeguana y Reyno de Nuevá Vizcaya, situado

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or New Spain, was built bj the Spaniards, as well
as the stations of St. Michael and St. Philip, to se
cure the road from Mechoacan to the silver mines
of Zacatea. They have also given this name to
several boroughs of America; as to that in His
paniola island, and to a sea-port of California,
&C.)

CONCHA, San Martin de la, a town and
capital of the province and corregimiento of Quil
lota
in the kingdom of Chile ; founded in 1726
by the Licentiate Don Joseph dc Santiago Concha,
who gave it his name, being at the time temporal
president of this kingdom. Its situation is in a
valley, the most beautiful and fertile of any in the
Jcingdom, and it particularly abounds in wheat.
It has been celebrated for the abundance of gold
that has been taken out of a mine within its dis
trict, and for the protection of which a fort had
been built by Pedro de Valdivia. It has a very
^ood parish church, three convents of the religious
orders of St. Francis, St. Augustin, and La Merced,
and a collec^e which belona-ed to the regulars of
the company of Jesuits, and which is at present oc
cupied by {jic monks of St. Domingo, and a house
of retirement for spiritual exercies, founded and
endowed by a certain individual. In the district
of this city European chesnuts grow, and not far
from it is a lime-kiln belonging to the king, and
which renders a supply for the works going on at
the garrison of Valdivia. Nine leagues from Val
parayso. Lat, 32^48' s. Long. 71° 10' zo.

Concha, a settlement of Indians of S. Carolina;
situate near the source of the river Sonlahowe.

Concha, a bay on the coast of the province and
government of Santa Marta, to the e. of the cape
of La Aguja.

Concha, a settlement of the province and go
vernment of Tucumán in Peru ; situate at the
moiitli of the river of its name, and where it en
ters the Pasage.

Concha, a river in the jurisdiction of the city
of Salta, runs e. and enters the Pasage between
the river Blanco and that of Metau.

CONCHACHITOUU, a settlement of Indians
of S. Carolina, where a fort has been built by the
English for the defence of the establishment which
they hold there.

CONCHALI, a river of the province and cor
regimienlo of Quillota in the kingdom of Chile. It
runs Z 0 . and enters the sea.

CONCHAMARCA, a settlement of the pro
vince and corregimiento of Huanuco in Peru ; an
aexed to the curacy of San Miguel de Huacar.

CONCHAO, a settlement of the province and

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corregimiento of Caxatambo in Peru ; annexed to
the curacy of Andajes.

(CONCHAS, a parish of the province and go
vernment of Buenos Ayres ; situate on a river of
the same name, about six leagues n. zs. of Buenos
Ayres. Lat. 34° 24' 56" s. Long. 58° 23' 30" ay.)

Conchas, a small river of the province and go
vernment of Buenos Ayres. It runs n. e. and en
ters the river La Plata, at a small distance from
the capital.

Conchas, another river, in the province and
captainship of the Rio Grande in Brazil. It is
small, rises near the coast, and empties itself at the
mouth of that of Amargoso.

Conchas, another, of the kingdom of Nueva
España
, which runs into the sea at the bay of
Mexico, being first united to the Bravo.

Conchas, another, a small river of the province
and government of Buenos Ayres, distinct from
that of which we have spoken. It runs zso. and
enters the Parana, close to the settlement of La
Baxada de Santa Fe.

(CONCHATTAS, Indians of N. America, al
most the same people as the Allibamis. They
first lived on Bayau Chico, in Appelousa district ;
but, four years ago, moved to the river Sabine,
settled themselves on the e. bank, where they now
live, in nearly a s. direction from Natchitoch, and
distant about 80 miles. They call their number
of men about 160 ; but say, if they were altogether,
they would amount to 200. Several families of
them live in detached settlements. They are good
hunters. Game is here in plenty. They kill an
uncommon number of bears. One man alone,
during the summer and fall hunting, sometimes
kills 400 deer, and sells his skins at 40 dollars per
100. The bears usually yield from eight to 12
gallons of oil, each of which never sells for less
than a dollar a gallon, and the skin a dollar more.
No great quantity of the meat is saved. What
the hunters do not use when out, they generally
give to their dogs. The Conchattas are friendly
with all other Indians, and speak well of their
neighbours the Carankouas, who, they say, live
about 80 miles s. of them, on the bay, which is
the nearest point to the sea from Natchitoches.
A tew families of Chactaws have lately settled near
them from Bayau Bceiif. The Conchattas speak
Creek, which is their native language, and Chac
taw, and several of them English ; and one or two
of tliem can read it a little.)

CONCHOS, San Francisco DE LOS, a Settle
ment and garrison of the province of the Tepe
guana
, and kingdom of Nueva Vizcaya ; situate


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