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Calicoes, manufactured in Mexico, III, 461.
California, its coasts discovered by Cortez, I, li—Voyage to

History of the discovery of that province, II, 3.0—Its climate, II, 326–Its mountains, ibid.—Its pearls, II, 328—Settlements formed there by the Jesuits, II, 330– Tribes who inhabit it, II, 331—Its villages II, 333—Its mines, III, 128. California, (Gulph of) geographical position of several, points of its coast, I, lviii. Californians, their divinities, II, 331. Calle, (Juan Diaz de) memoir presented by him to Philip IV. II, 109. (*)—His researches respecting the invention of amalgamation, III, 254. Calle, (second) to what year that period corresponds, II, 18 (*).

oV this country by Chappe, Doz, and Velasquez, I, lii—

Camacho, (Don Josef) his voyage to New California, I,

XC111, Camargo, (Diego Muñoz) his manuscript work on Mexico. II, 74. Camburi, species of banana, II, 417. Camels, introduced into Peru, IV, 14. Camotes, see Batates. Campomanes, his calculations respecting the quantity of gold and silver imported into Spain, III, 389. Canary, (Islands) their gross revenue, IV, 241—Their territorial extent and population, IV, ibid. Candles, (war) amount imported into Vera Cruz in 1802, IV, 35 ; in 1803, IV, 45. Cane, (sugar) its cultivation in Mexico, III. 2—Carried on without negroes, III, 8—Its produce, III, 11—See also Plants and Vegetables. Canizares, (Joze) his map of California, I., lxxxi. Cannons cast at Manilla, and transported to Vera Cruz, IV, 21.

Cañon de los Wireyes, gallery of the Desague de Huehuetoca,
II, 152.
Canteens, amount imported at Vera Cruz in 1802, IV,
33 and 35; in 1803, IV, 45 and 46. -
Capers, amount imported into Vera Cruz in 1802, IV, 33;
in 1803, IV, 44. - -
Capitals, laid out by the clergy on lands, III, 100.
Capitations of the Indians, its annual produce, IV, 212.
Capuces, tribe of Indians, II, 205.
Caracas, (Capitaneria generale de) annual balance of its com-
merce, IV, 128—Number of slaves, IV, 129–Its gross
revenue, IV, 241—Population, IV, 322. -
Caravajal, oidor at Mexico—His mineralogical collection,
II, 51 (*).
Carcay, mountains, II, 284.
Carneros cimarones, animals of the mountains of California,
II, 327.
Caroline, (Islands) imaginary archipelago, II, 323.
Carthagena, annual balance of its commerce, including the
small neighbouring ports, IV, 119.
Cards—Produce of duty on, IV, 214.
Casa del apartado at Mexico, or house of separation—
Description of that edifice, III, 483.
Casa Fuerte (Marquis de) See Acuña.
Casas grandes del Rio Gila—Ruins of an edifice constructed
by the Aztecs, II, 36%, 2.3.4.
Casas grandes of New Biscay, third residence of the Aztecs,
II, 393, 888. 23.3.
Casasola (M. de). His collection of voyages to California,
I, liv. (t)—His manuscript memoir respecting the
voyages of the Spaniards to the north-west of America, II,
Casts among the inhabitants of Mexico, I, 130.
Castillo (Bernal Dias del)—His judgment respecting the
conduct of Cortez, II, 57 (*).
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Castillo (Christophe de) a baptised Indian, author of a manuscript on the History of Mexico, II, 74 (*). Cattle (Horned) in Mexico, III, 48—See also Zoology. Catorce district of mines, II, 283; III, 120–Its description, III, 209. Causeways leading to Mexico, II, 47—Celaya, Town, II, 207. Cempoalla, chief place of the Totonacs, II, 263. Ceralvo (Marquis de) Viceroy of Mexico, II, 114. Cegars (Manufactory of) at Queretaro, III, 466. Cerealia of the Old Continent unknown in America before the arrival of the Spaniards, II, 451—Region suitable to them, II, 453—Watering which they require, II, 457Riches of the harvests, II, 461—Average produce of wheat, II, 462—Amount of harvest in New Spain, II, 469—Comparison of the average produce with that of other countries, II, 475–Average price of wheat, II, 481–Quality of grain in New Spain, II, 482—Does not preserve long, II, 483. Ceremony (Religious) celebrated at the time of the introduction of vaccination, I, l 14. Cerro de la Cruz, Mexican pyramid, II, 196. Cervantes (Don Miguel) professor of Botany at Mexico, I, 215—His mineralogical collection ibid, II, 51 (*). Cevalles (Don Ciriaco) explored the coast of New Santander, I, 83. Chagre (River of) was proposed for the establishment of a communication between the two oceans, I, 29. Chairs, quantity imported into Mexico in 1803, IV, 45. Chalchiuhuecan, old denomination of the shore of Vera Cruz, II, 254. Chalco (Lake of) See Xochimilco. Champoton river on the banks of which the Campeachy wood is cut down, II, 247. Chanate, mountains, II, 285.

Chapala, Lake, I, 73.
Chapetones the name for the whites born in Europe, I, 204.
Chapoltepec-Aqueduct which conveys fresh water to
Mexico, II, 45—Castle constructed by the viceroy
Galvez, II, 102—His degradation, II, 103.
Chappe—His determination of the position of Mexico, I,
xxviii, of Vera Cruz, I, xxxiv.–His voyage to California,
I, iii, 221.
Gharcas, towns and mines, II, 282; III, 120.
Charles, I, (fifth), encourages Cortez to discover the secret
of a strait between America and Asia, II, 320.
Charles III. King of Spain.—Measures by which he amelio-
rated the condition of the Indians, I, 183.
Charles IV. King of Spain, causes the benefit of vaccination
to be communicated to the natives of America and Asia,
I, 113—His statue at Mexico, I, 213, and II, 40.
Cheese, amount imported into Vera Cruz in 1802, IV, 35;
in 1803, IV, 46.
Chiahuitzla, port, II, 263.
Chica, a mercury mine, III, 302.
Chicha, a spirituous liquor of the Mexicans, II, 447.
Chichimecs, a tribe of Indian Savages, II, 205, 222, and
285–Their arrival in Mexico, I, 133. . .
Chila, a salt work of the Intendancy of Puebla, II, 199.
Chile—See Pimento.
Chili—Produce of its gold and silver mines, III, 352.
Chilpansingo, a town of the Intendancy of Mexico, II, 185.
Chimalapa, (Rio de) might serve for the establishment of
a communication between the two seas, I, 23, IV, 22.
Chimalatl (Heliantus Annuus)—Its cultivation in Mexico,
II, 506–See Vegetables.
Chimalpain—a baptised Indian, author of a manuscript on
the History of Mexico, II, 74 (*)
Chinampas, floating gardens in the Lakes of Mexico, II,
China—Quantity of gold and silver which flows into it from
Europe, III, 442, IV, 340.

Chinese, cast so named in Mexico, I, 144. Chladni (M.)—His memoirs on the meteoric iron of Mexico, IH, 298. (*). Choco (Province of)—Gold and silver produced in it, III, 382 to 392—State in which this province is, III, 386. Cholula, a town of the intendancy of Puebla—Its population, II, 198—Its manufactures, III, 461. Cholula (Pyramid of)—Its dimensions, II, 193; compared with those of Egypt, with the monument of Belus, and the Teocallis of Teotihuacan, II, 194 (*) Chonos (Archipelago of the) visited by the ‘Indians of Chiloe, IV, 286. Chota, mines, III, 344. Chovell (M. de)—Information furnished by him to the author respecting the direction of the mountains of Mexico, I, boxxviii—His labours respecting the mercury mines of this country, III, 300. Chunu preparation of the potatoe, II, 496. Churultecal, a name given to the town of Cholula by Cortez, II, 201. Cibola, a fabulous town, II, 324. Cicimecs, a wandering tribe to the north of Mexico, I, 12. Cicuic, a town of Mexico, III, 298 (*). Cider, amount imported into Vera Cruz in 1802, IV, 34. Cieca (Pedro de) Leon—His account of the wealth of Potosi, III, 364. Cienega de Arjonec Y marshes in the environs of Vera Cruz, Cienega Botacaria IV, 156. * £innabar—See Mercury. Cinaloa, province, HI, 297. cinaloa, town, II, 305. Cinnamon, amount imported into Vera Cruz in 1802. IV, 35 ; in 1803, IV, 46. Civilization—Progress which it has made among the whites of Mexico, I, 211. Citlaltepetl, one of the highest summits of the Cordillera of

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