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CURUCAG, a small river of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia. It rises to the w. of the settlement Murucuri, runs w. and afterwards turning; n. enters the Orinoco opposite the mouth of the Curusama.
CURUCAY, a river of the province and captains/u'p of San Vicente in Brazil. It rises near the coast, and runs to the w.
CURUCUANES, a barbarous nation of Indians but little known, who inhabit the shores of the river Paraguay towards the w.
CURUGUATI, a settlement of the province and government of Paraguay ; situate on the shore of the river Xexuy. It was in former times very considerable, but at present reduced to a scanty population of people of colour, who live in a miserable way. [About 39 leagues n. e. of Asuncion. Lat. 24° 28' 10". Long. 55° 54' 25" a>.]
CURULAUA, a valley or llanura of the kingdom of Chile, in the country and territory of the Araucanos Indians ; celebrated for their having here surprised the Spaniards, and having at the same time put to death the governor Don Martin Garcia Ofiez de Loyola, with 50 others who accompanied him.
CURUMA, a settlement of the province and government of Valparaiso in the kingdom of Chile; situate on the coast and at the point of its name. Curtima, a river of the province and government of Cutnana. It rises in the serrania of Ymataca, runs 5. and unites itself with the Tucupu to enter the Cuyuni.

CURUME, an ancient and large province of the Nuevo Reyno de Granada, to the w. of the river Cauca : discovered by the Marshal George Robledo. The Indians who inhabited it, and who were called Curumenes, have become extinct, notwithstanding that they were in great numbers at the time of the entrance of the Spaniards in 1542. Some believe that they have retired within the woods, and to the mountains of Darien. This province, which is bounded by that of Popayan, and is at the present day contained in the same, is mountainous, rough, barren, and of an unhealthy climate ; and although rich in gold mines, these are not worked. Curume, a small town of the same province ; situate in an extensive valley, which also takes this denomination, near the river Tonusco.

GURUPA==, or ==Coropa, a settlement of the province and captainship of Para in Brazil « situate "on the shore of the river Maranon.
CurupAj a river of the province and govern- cus ment of Buenos Ayres, which runs e. and enters the Aguapey.

CURUPARER, a small river of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia. It rises in the country of the Parecas Indians, near the settlement of San Joseph de Otomacos, runs n. and enters the Orinoco to the w. of the settlement of Encaramada.
CURUPI, a river of the province and government of San Juan de los Llanos, in the Nuevo Reyno de Granada. It rises near the Curaseni, runs e. and nearly parallel to the same river, and enters the Orinoco.
CURUPUTUBA, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, or part of Guayana possessed by the Portuguese. It rises in the sierra of Tumucuraque, runs s. many leagues, between the rivers Ubuquara to the e. and Tombetas to the w. and enters the Maranon on the n. side, in lat. 1°52' s. The infidel Curuputubas Indians live more than 40 leagues to the n. of the river, near the mouth of the Topajocos. Curuptjtuba, a settlement of the Portuguese, being a reduction of Indians of this name; situate on the shore of the above river, after which it is called.

CURURU, a small river of the province and captainship of Pernambuco in Brazil. It rises near the coast, runs s. s. e. and enters the sea between the Ypoba and the Yquen.
CURUTUTE, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, which, according to Mr. Bellin, runs s. s. e. and enters the Maranon, between the rivers Uruparate and Putumayo.

CURUZICARIS== or ==Yumaguaris, which signifies Founder of Metals, a barbarous and numerous nation of Indians, who inhabit the woods near the river Maranon, towards the y. and extending as far as the mountains to the w. of the kingdom of Brazil. The same extract from the mines great quantities of gold. They have some sort of civil government, are industrious, and fond of labour.
CUSABATAY, a river of the province and government of Mainas in the king- e. for many leagues, and dorn of Quito, runs enters the Ucayale.
CUSAHUAYA, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Larecaja in Peru ; annexed to the curacy of Ambana.
[CUSCO==. ==See Cuzco.]

CUSCOPANG==, a river of the province and colony of N. Carolina. It runs n. and enters the sea in the strait of Albemarle.
[CUSCOWILLA, in E. Florida, is the capital of the Aluchua tribe of Indians, and stands in


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CURUGAY, Río] de la Provincia y Capitanía de San Vicente en el Brasil: nace cerca de la Costa y corre al O.

CURUCUANES, Nación Bárbara de Indios poco conocida que habita a las orillas del río Paraguay hacia el Poniente.

CURUGUATT Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno del Paraguay, situado a orilla del río Xexuy:era en tiempos pasados muy considerable, pero hoy está reducido a un corto numero de gente de color, y a mucha miseria.

CURULAUA, Valle o llanura del Reyno deshile en el Pais y territorio de los Indios Araucanos: célebre por la sorpresa que en él hicieron a los Españoles, en que dieron muerte al Gobernador Don Martin Garcia Oñez de Loyola, y a otros 50 que lo acompasaban.

CURUMA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Gobierno de Valparaíso en el Reyno de Chile, situado en la Costa y Punta de su nombre.
Le tiene también un río de la Provincia y Gobierno de Cumaná: nace en la Serranía de Ymataca, corre al S y se junta con el de Tucupu para entrar en el de Cuyuni.

CURUME, Provincia antigua y grande del Nuevo Reyno de Granada al Poniente del río Cauca, descubierta por el Mariscal Jorge Robledo: los Indios que la habitaban llamados Curumenes se han extinguido, sin embargo de que el año de 1 542 quando entraron en ella los Españoles eran muchísimos: algunos creen que se han retirado a los montes y bosques del Darien: esta Provincia que confina con la de Popayan, y se contiene hoy en ella, es montuosa, áspera, estéril, y de clima mal añO, pero rica de minas de oro que no se trabajan.

Tiene el mismo nombre una Villa pequeña de la. propia Provincia, situada en un dilatado Valle que también toma esta denominación cerca del río Tonusco.

CURUPA, o Coropa, Pueblo de la Provincia y Capitanía de Para en el Brasil, situado a orilla del río Marañon.

Tiene el mismo nombre un río de la Provincia y Gobierno de Buenos-Ayres, que corre al E y entra en el de Aguapey.

CURUPARER, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno de Guayana o Nueva Andalucía: nace en el Pais de los Indios Parecas cerca del Pueblo de San Joseph de Otomacos, corre hacia el N y entra en el Orinoco al O del Pueblo de la Encaramada.

CURUPATUBA,Riode la Provincia y Pais de las Amazonas o parte de la Guayana que poseen los Portugueses: nace en la Sierra de Tumucuraque, corre muchas leguas al Mediodía, entre los rios Ubuquara a Levante, y Trombetas a Poniente, y entra en el Marañon por la parte boreal en 1 gr. 5 2 min. de lat. aust. Los Indios infieles Cumpatubas viven mas de 40 leguas al N del río cerca de la boca del de Topajocos.

Tiene el mismo nombre un Pueblo de los Portugueses, reducción de estos Indios, situado a orilla del río antecedente, de quien toma la denominación.

CURUPI, Río] de la Provincia y Gobierno de San Juan de los Llanos en el Nuevo Reyno de Granada: nace cerca del de Curaseni, corre al E casi paralelo a él, y entra en el Orinoco

CURRUCAG, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Gobierno de Guayana o Nueva Andalucía: nace al O del Pueblo Murucuri, corre al mismo rumbo, y torciendo su curso al N entra en el Orinoco en frente de la boca del de Curusama.

CURURAI, Río] del Reyno del Brasil en el territorio de los Indios Cayapos: nace en sus montañas, corre al S SE y entra por la banda del N en el grande del Paraná.

CURURU, Río] pequeño de la Provincia y Capitanía de Pernambuco en el Brasil: nace cerca de la Costa, corre al S SE y sale al mar entre el de Ypoba, y el de Yquen.

CURUTUTE, Río] de la Provincia y Pais de las Amazonas, que según Mr. Bellin corre al S SE y entra en el Marañon entre los de Uruparate y Putumayo.

CURUZICARIS o Yumaguaris, que quiere decir fundidor de metales, Nación bárbara y numerosa de Indios que habita en los bosques, cerca del río Marañon al S, se dilatan hasta las montañas al Poniente del Reyno del Brasil, los quales sacan de las minas el oro que usan: tienen alguna especie de Gobierno Civil, son industriosos y aplicados al trabajo.

CUSABATAY, 6 Cocomas, Río] de la Provincia y Gobierno de Mainas en el Reyno de Quito: corre al E muchas leguas y entra en el Ucayale.

CUSAHUAYA, Pueblo de la Provincia y Corregimiento de Larecaja en el Perú, anexo al Curato de Ambañá.

CUSCOPANG, Río] de la Provincia y Colonia de la Carolina Septentrional: corre al N y sale al mar en el estrecho de Albemarle.

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CURUCAG, a small river of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia. It rises to the w. of the settlement Murucuri, runs w. and afterwards turning; n. enters the Orinoco opposite the mouth of the Curusama.
CURUCAY, a river of the province and captains/u'p of San Vicente in Brazil. It rises near the coast, and runs to the w.
CURUCUANES, a barbarous nation of Indians but little known, who inhabit the shores of the river Paraguay towards the w.
CURUGUATI, a settlement of the province and government of Paraguay ; situate on the shore of the river Xexuy. It was in former times very considerable, but at present reduced to a scanty population of people of colour, who live in a miserable way. [About 39 leagues n. e. of Asuncion. Lat. 24° 28' 10". Long. 55° 54' 25" a>.]
CURULAUA, a valley or llanura of the kingdom of Chile, in the country and territory of the Araucanos Indians ; celebrated for their having here surprised the Spaniards, and having at the same time put to death the governor Don Martin Garcia Ofiez de Loyola, with 50 others who accompanied him.
CURUMA, a settlement of the province and government of Valparaiso in the kingdom of Chile; situate on the coast and at the point of its name. Curtima, a river of the province and government of Cutnana. It rises in the serrania of Ymataca, runs 5. and unites itself with the Tucupu to enter the Cuyuni.

CURUME, an ancient and large province of the Nuevo Reyno de Granada, to the w. of the river Cauca : discovered by the Marshal George Robledo. The Indians who inhabited it, and who were called Curumenes, have become extinct, notwithstanding that they were in great numbers at the time of the entrance of the Spaniards in 1542. Some believe that they have retired within the woods, and to the mountains of Darien. This province, which is bounded by that of Popayan, and is at the present day contained in the same, is mountainous, rough, barren, and of an unhealthy climate ; and although rich in gold mines, these are not worked. Curume, a small town of the same province ; situate in an extensive valley, which also takes this denomination, near the river Tonusco.

GURUPA==, or ==Coropa, a settlement of the province and captainship of Para in Brazil « situate "on the shore of the river Maranon.
CurupAj a river of the province and govern- cus ment of Buenos Ayres, which runs e. and enters the Aguapey.

CURUPARER, a small river of the province and government of Guayana or Nueva Andalucia. It rises in the country of the Parecas Indians, near the settlement of San Joseph de Otomacos, runs n. and enters the Orinoco to the w. of the settlement of Encaramada.
CURUPI, a river of the province and government of San Juan de los Llanos, in the Nuevo Reyno de Granada. It rises near the Curaseni, runs e. and nearly parallel to the same river, and enters the Orinoco.
CURUPUTUBA, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, or part of Guayana possessed by the Portuguese. It rises in the sierra of Tumucuraque, runs s. many leagues, between the rivers Ubuquara to the e. and Tombetas to the w. and enters the Maranon on the n. side, in lat. 1°52' s. The infidel Curuputubas Indians live more than 40 leagues to the n. of the river, near the mouth of the Topajocos. Curuptjtuba, a settlement of the Portuguese, being a reduction of Indians of this name; situate on the shore of the above river, after which it is called.

CURURU, a small river of the province and captainship of Pernambuco in Brazil. It rises near the coast, runs s. s. e. and enters the sea between the Ypoba and the Yquen.
CURUTUTE, a river of the province and country of Las Amazonas, which, according to Mr. Bellin, runs s. s. e. and enters the Maranon, between the rivers Uruparate and Putumayo.

CURUZICARIS== or ==Yumaguaris, which signifies Founder of Metals, a barbarous and numerous nation of Indians, who inhabit the woods near the river Maranon, towards the y. and extending as far as the mountains to the w. of the kingdom of Brazil. The same extract from the mines great quantities of gold. They have some sort of civil government, are industrious, and fond of labour.
CUSABATAY, a river of the province and government of Mainas in the king- e. for many leagues, and dorn of Quito, runs enters the Ucayale.
CUSAHUAYA, a settlement of the province and corregimiento of Larecaja in Peru ; annexed to the curacy of Ambana.
[CUSCO==. ==See Cuzco.]

CUSCOPANG==, a river of the province and colony of N. Carolina. It runs n. and enters the sea in the strait of Albemarle.
[CUSCOWILLA, in E. Florida, is the capital of the Aluchua tribe of Indians, and stands in


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