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Edwards, an English resident well known for his hospitality by allwho have visited Coquimbo, when a sharp earthquake happened. Some authors, in defining the primary races of mankind, haveseparated these Indians into two classes; but this is certainlyincorrect. For many leagues north and south of San Nicolas and Rozario, thecountry is really level. On the morning of the 17thit rained lightly, the first time this year, for about five hours. --"Voyage à l'Isle de France par un Officier du Roi" tome 1 page248. [Several similaragate arrow-heads have since been dug up at Chupat, and two weregiven to me, on the occasion of my visit there, by theGovernor. (12/1. D'Orbigny tome 1 page 184, inexplaining the cause of the various colours of the rivers in SouthAmerica, remarks that those with blue or clear water have theirsource in the Cordillera, where the snow melts. Catamaran. ) Theyimagined that Magellan, when talking of an animal under the name of"conejos" in the Strait of Magellan, referred to this species; buthe was alluding to a small cavy, which to this day is thus calledby
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