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CURIBISA, a river of the province and government of Quijos and Macas, in the district of *he second, and in the kingdom of Quito. It rises in the country of the Xibaros Indians, runs inclining to the s. e. and enters the Santiago.
CURICO, San Joseph de, a town of the province and corregimiento of Maule in the kingdom of Chile ; situate on the shore of the river Huaico. It is small, and but thinly peopled, its inhabitants being for the most part composed of people of colour. [The metal of the mine lately discovered here has obtained the name of natural avanturine, from its being filled with brilliant particles that give it a beautiful appearance. This metal is used by the goldsmiths for rings, bracelets, and other ornaments of jewellery.]
CURICURARI, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, in the part possessed by the Portuguese. It runs e. between the rivers Cicayuri and Yurubechi, and enters the Negro.
CURIEPE, a settlement of the province and government of Venezuela ; situate on the coast, near the point or cape of Codera, on the shore of the river of its name. Curiepe. This river rises in the mountains near the coast, runs e. and enters the sea in the bay formed by the cape Codera.

CURIES, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Yea in Peru ; annexed to one of the curacies of the Indians of its capital.
CURIGUACURU, a river of Nueva Andalucia, Austral or Inferior, in the province of Guayana. It flows down from the mountains of the Caribes Indians to the n. and. running s. and increasing its waters by many other streams, enters the Maranon.
CURIGUIMAR, a lake of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia, on the shore of the river Orinoco, close to the town of Sanchez.
CURIGUIRES, a barbarous nation of Indians, who inhabit the woods bordering upon the source of the river Cuchigaras, and bounded by the Indians of this name, as also by the Cumavaris. Some of these Indians are warlike, and of gigantic stature.
CURIMON, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Aconcagua in the kingdom of Chile in the district of which is a convent of the religious recollects, or strict observers of the order of St. ■ Francis, bearing the title of Santa Rosa de Vfr terbo.
CURINAS, a barbarous nation of Indians, who inhabit the s. part of the river Maranon. It is but little known, and all that is traced of them is, that they are in continual warfare with the Aguas ; so that their numbers are gradually diminishing.
CURIPANA, a port of the coast of the N. sea, in the province and government of Cumana, to the s. of the city of Cariaco.
CURIQUAXES, S. Francisco de los, a settlement of the province and government of Quixos and Macas in the kingdom of Quito. It belongs to the district of the former, and is one of those which compose the reduccion of the Sucurabos Indians, held at the charge of the regulars of the company of Jesuits.
CURITI, a small settlement of the jurisdiction of the town of San Gil, and corregimiento of Tunja, in the Nuevo Reyno de Granada ; annexed to the curacy of Guane. It is of a very wood temperature, pleasant and agreeable. Its natives, who should amount to 30 or 40 Indians, are docile, mild, and of good dispositions.
CURITIMI see Corentin
CURITUBA, a town of the province and captainship of Rey in Brazil ; situate near the coast. Curitcjba, a river, called also Yguazii, in the province and government of Paraguay. It runs w. collecting the waters of many other rivers, and enters with a large stream into the Parana. See Yguazu.

CURU, a river of the province and captainship of Seara in Brazil. It runs n. and enters the sea, between the coast of Los Humos and the point of Los Baxos or Arricifes.
CURUA, a river of the province and captainship of Para in Brazil. It rises in the country of the Aritues Indians, runs to the n.n.e. and enters the river of Las Amazonas on the 5. side.
CURUARI, a river of the kingdom of Brazil, in the territory of the Cayapos Indians. It rises in its mountains, runs s.s.e. and enters the n. side of the large river Parana.
CURUAT, a small river of the province and government of Guayana. It runs nearly parallel with the river Caroni, collecting the waters of many others in its course, until it enters this river.
CURUAU, an island of the N. sea ; situate at the mouth or entrance of the river of Las Amazonas, to the s. of the island of La Penitencia.
CURUA-UASU, a village and settlement of the Portuguese, in the kingdom of Brazil ; situate on the shore of a small river which enters the Sono.


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CURIBISA, Río] de la Provincia y Gobierno de Quijos y Macas en el partido de la segunda y Reyno de Quito nace en el País de los Indios Xibaros: corre con inclinación al SE y entra en el de Santiago.

CURICQ,SanJosephde, Villa de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Maule en el Reyno de Chile, situada a orilla del río Huaico: es pequeña y de corto vecindario, que por la mayor parte son gentes de color.

CURICURARI, Río] de la Provincia y Pais de las Amazonas en la parte que poseen los Portugueses: corre al E entre los de Cicayuri y Yurubechi y entra en el Negro.

CURIEPE, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Venezuela, situado en la Costa cerca de la Punta o Cabo de Codera a orilla del río de su nombre. Este nace en las montañas cerca de la Costa: corre al E y sale al mar en la Ensenada que forma el Cabo de Codera.

CURIES, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Yca en el Perú, anexo a uno de los Curatos de Indios de su Capital.

CURIGUACURU o Uruna, río de la Nueva Andalucía austral o inferior en la Provincia de la Guayana: baxa de las montañas de los Indios Caribes al N, y corriendo al mediodía aumentado con las aguas de otros muchos entra en el Marañon.

CURIGUIMAR, Laguna de la Provincia y Gobierno de la Guayana o Nueva Andalucía, a orilla del río Orinoco junto a la Villa de

CURIGUIRES, Nación bárbara de Indios que habita en los bosques, donde tiene su origen el río Cuchigaras: confina con los de este nombre, y con los Cumayaris: algunos de ellos son belicosos y de estatura gigantesca.

CURIMON, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Aconcagua en el Reyno de Chile, en cuyo distrito hay un Convento de Religiosos Recoletos de San Francisco, con título de Santa Rosa de Viterbo.

CURINAS, Nación bárbara de Indios que habita al S del río Marañon: es poco conocida, y solo se sabe que están en guerra continua con los Aguas, lo qual la destruye poco a poco.

CURIPANA, Puerto de la Costa del mar del N en la Provincia y Gobierno de Cumaná al S de la Ciudad de Cariaco.

CURIQUAXES, S. Francisco de los, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Quixos y Macas en el Reyno de Quito: pertenece al primer partido, y es uno de los que componen las reducciones de Indios Sucumbios que tenian a su cargo los Regulares de la Compañía.

CURITI, Pueblo pequeño de la jurisdicción de la Villa do San Gil y Corregimiento de Tunja en el Nuevo Reyno de Granada, anexo al Curato del de Guane: es de muy buen temperamento, ameno y agradable: sus naturales que serán 30 o 40 Indios Son dóciles, humildes y bien inclinados.

CURITIMI. Véase Corentin.

CURITUBA, Villa de la Provincia y Capitanía del Rey en el Brasil, situada cerca de la Costa.

Tiene el mismo nombre un río que también llaman Yguazá en la Provincia y Gobierno del Paraguay: corre al O recogiendo las aguas de otros muchos, y entra muy caudaloso en el Paraná: véase Yguazú.

CURTOTUCK, Partido y jurisdicción de la Provincia y Colonia de Virginia en la Costa y estrecho de Albemarle.

CURU, Río] de la Provincia y Capitanía de Seara en el Brasil: corre al N y sale al mar entre la Costa de los Humos y la Punta de los Baxos o Arrecifes.

CURUAI Río de la Provincia y Capitanía del Para en el Brasil: nace en el Pais de los Indios Aritues, corre al N NE y entra en el de las Amazonas por la banda del S.

CURUAT, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno de la Guayana: corre casi paralelo al Caroni, recogiendo las aguas de otros muchos en su curso hasta entrar en éste.

CURUAU, o Qoariana, Isla de la mar del N, situada a la boca o entrada del río de las Amazonas al S de la de la Penitencia.

CURUA-UASU, Aldea y Pueblo de los Portugueses en el Reyno del Brasil, situado a orilla de un río pequeño que entra en el de Sonó.

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CURIBISA, a river of the province and government of Quijos and Macas, in the district of *he second, and in the kingdom of Quito. It rises in the country of the Xibaros Indians, runs inclining to the s. e. and enters the Santiago.
CURICO, San Joseph de, a town of the province and corregimiento of Maule in the kingdom of Chile ; situate on the shore of the river Huaico. It is small, and but thinly peopled, its inhabitants being for the most part composed of people of colour. [The metal of the mine lately discovered here has obtained the name of natural avanturine, from its being filled with brilliant particles that give it a beautiful appearance. This metal is used by the goldsmiths for rings, bracelets, and other ornaments of jewellery.]
CURICURARI, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, in the part possessed by the Portuguese. It runs e. between the rivers Cicayuri and Yurubechi, and enters the Negro.
CURIEPE, a settlement of the province and government of Venezuela ; situate on the coast, near the point or cape of Codera, on the shore of the river of its name. Curiepe. This river rises in the mountains near the coast, runs e. and enters the sea in the bay formed by the cape Codera.

CURIES, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Yea in Peru ; annexed to one of the curacies of the Indians of its capital.
CURIGUACURU, a river of Nueva Andalucia, Austral or Inferior, in the province of Guayana. It flows down from the mountains of the Caribes Indians to the n. and. running s. and increasing its waters by many other streams, enters the Maranon.
CURIGUIMAR, a lake of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia, on the shore of the river Orinoco, close to the town of Sanchez.
CURIGUIRES, a barbarous nation of Indians, who inhabit the woods bordering upon the source of the river Cuchigaras, and bounded by the Indians of this name, as also by the Cumavaris. Some of these Indians are warlike, and of gigantic stature.
CURIMON, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Aconcagua in the kingdom of Chile in the district of which is a convent of the religious recollects, or strict observers of the order of St. ■ Francis, bearing the title of Santa Rosa de Vfr terbo.
CURINAS, a barbarous nation of Indians, who inhabit the s. part of the river Maranon. It is but little known, and all that is traced of them is, that they are in continual warfare with the Aguas ; so that their numbers are gradually diminishing.
CURIPANA, a port of the coast of the N. sea, in the province and government of Cumana, to the s. of the city of Cariaco.
CURIQUAXES, S. Francisco de los, a settlement of the province and government of Quixos and Macas in the kingdom of Quito. It belongs to the district of the former, and is one of those which compose the reduccion of the Sucurabos Indians, held at the charge of the regulars of the company of Jesuits.
CURITI, a small settlement of the jurisdiction of the town of San Gil, and corregimiento of Tunja, in the Nuevo Reyno de Granada ; annexed to the curacy of Guane. It is of a very wood temperature, pleasant and agreeable. Its natives, who should amount to 30 or 40 Indians, are docile, mild, and of good dispositions.
CURITIMI see Corentin
CURITUBA, a town of the province and captainship of Rey in Brazil ; situate near the coast. Curitcjba, a river, called also Yguazii, in the province and government of Paraguay. It runs w. collecting the waters of many other rivers, and enters with a large stream into the Parana. See Yguazu.

CURU, a river of the province and captainship of Seara in Brazil. It runs n. and enters the sea, between the coast of Los Humos and the point of Los Baxos or Arricifes.
CURUA, a river of the province and captainship of Para in Brazil. It rises in the country of the Aritues Indians, runs to the n.n.e. and enters the river of Las Amazonas on the 5. side.
CURUARI, a river of the kingdom of Brazil, in the territory of the Cayapos Indians. It rises in its mountains, runs s.s.e. and enters the n. side of the large river Parana.
CURUAT, a small river of the province and government of Guayana. It runs nearly parallel with the river Caroni, collecting the waters of many others in its course, until it enters this river.
CURUAU, an island of the N. sea ; situate at the mouth or entrance of the river of Las Amazonas, to the s. of the island of La Penitencia.
CURUA-UASU, a village and settlement of the Portuguese, in the kingdom of Brazil ; situate on the shore of a small river which enters the Sono.


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