It is distant 30 leagues to the n. of Tunja, and
eight from the town of Suata.
CAPITUTU, Banado de, a river of the pro-
vince and government of Paraguay. It runs to
the w. and enters the same place.
CAPIUARI, a small river of the province and
captainship of San Vincente in Brazil. It rises
in the mountains near the coast, runs almost di-
rectly from e. to w. and enters the Harihambu or
Tiete, between the Piraciacaba and Jundiaya.
Capiuari, another river of the province and go-
vernment of the Chiquitos Indians, and in the king-
dom of Peru ; it rises to the s. e. of the settlement
of San Rafael, runs to the n. and enters the Ytenes
with a slight inclination to the n. w.
Capiuari, another, in the province and govern-
ment of Paraguay, which enters the Paraná, near
the settlement of La Mision de Jesus.
Capiuari, another, in the province and captain-
ship of Rey in Brazil. It rises from a lake near
the coast, runs to the w. and enters the large river
of Los Patos.
CAPLIRA, a settlement of the province and cor-
regimiento of Aricá in Peru ; annexed to the curacy
CAPLITOILGUA, an island of the N. sea, in
the straits De Magellan, one of those which form the
s. coast, at the mouth of the canal of St. Isidro.
Caplitoilgua, a bay in the former island.
CAPOCUI, a large lake of the province of Quito,
to the n. of the river Napo, emptying itself through
a canal into the river Napo. Lat. 57° s.
CAPOLITA, a river of the province and alcaldía
mayor of Tecoantepec in Nueva España ; it runs
to the e. and enters the S. sea between the Aguatulco
and the Simatlan.
CAPON, a river of the province and govern-
ment of Guayana ; one of those which enter the
Cuium on the n. side.
CAPOT, a small river of the island of Mar-
tinique ; it runs to the n. e. and enters the sea be-
tween the Falaise and the Grand Ance.
Capot, a bay on the coast of the same island,
on its n. w. side, between the town of Carbet and
the bay of Giraumont.
CAPOTERA, River of, in the kingdom of Bra-
zil ; it rises in the sierra grande, runs to the n. n. e.
and enters the Tocantines, between the Santa Lucía
and the Araguaya.
CAPOTILLO, River of, in the island of St.
Domingo ; it rises near the n. coast, runs w. and
turning to the n. n. w. enters the sea at port Delfin.
CAPOTIQUI, a settlement of the province and
corregimiento of Caxamarquilla in Peru.
CAPUCINS, Morne des, or Morro de los
Capuchinos, a mountain of the island of Mar-
tinique, at the back of the city of Fort Royal.
CAPUCUI, a settlement of the missionaries of
the regular order of the Jesuits, now abolished.
CAPUE, Alto, a town belonging to the French,
in the part which they possess in the island of St.
Domingo ; it ivas taken and burnt by the Spaniards
in the year 1691 , after a victory gained by them.
CAPUE, with the addition of Baxo (low), to dis-
tinguish it ; another settlement of the same island
and dominion as the former.
CAPUI, a settlement of the province of Guayana
and government of Cumaná ; one of those which
is formed by the missions there established by the
Capui, a small river of the province and govern-
ment of Paraguay ; it runs to the w. and enters the
Paraná between the Caruguampú and the Quendi.
CAPUIO, a small settlement of the head settle-
ment of Etuquaro, and alcaldía mayor of Vallado-
lid, in the province and bishopric of Mechoacán ;
in which district there are some cultivated lands,
and in these, as well as in the settlement, reside
some Spanish families, and some of the Mustees
and Indians, who gain their livelihood in tilling the
ground, in making lime, and cutting wood. Four
leagues w. of its capital.
CAPULA, a village of a small settlement of the
head settlement and alcaldía mayor of Zultepec in
Nueva España ; situate in the cleft or hollow part
of a mountain covered with trees ; its inhabitants,
who consist of 63 Indian families, make charcoal
and timber, these being the articles of their com-
CAPULALPA, San Simon de, a small settle-
ment of the head settlement and alcaldía mayor of
Tezcoco in Nueva España, situate on the top of a
hill; it has a very good convent of Franciscans,
and contains 75 families of Spaniards, Mulattoes,
and Mustees, and 196 of Indians : its territory is
very fertile, and the most luxuriant of any in the
same jurisdiction ; notwithstanding there is a lack
of moisture, there being no running streams. They
are used to gather most abundant crops of wheat,
maize, barley, vetches, beans, and French beans ;
they have large breeds of hogs, both in the village
and in the farms and neighbouring fattening stalls,
which they carry for sale to Mexico, to La Puebla,
and other parts. One league n. of its capital.
CAPULUAC, San Bartolome de, a head
settlement of the alcaldia mayor of Metepec in
Nueva España; it contains 524 Indian families,
including those who inhabit the wards of its dis-
trict, and it is two leagues to the s. e. of its capital.
CAPURE, an arm of the river Orinoco, one of