Narrative of the Proceedings of Pedrarias Davila/Index

INDEX.


  1. Acla, province of, 9; origin of the name, ib.; dress of the natives, ib.; settlement formed by Vasco Nuñez, 19; judicial murder of Vasco Nuñez at, 22; colony removed from Darien to, 32.
  2. Adechame, province of, 11
  3. Aisquis, weddings at, 68–69
  4. Aldana, Lorenzo de, sent by Pizarro to arrest Belalcazar, 63, 81
  5. Alligators, 39
  6. Almagro, in partnership with Pizarro, 43; enters Cuzco, 52; marches to Chile, 53; defeat and death of, 54.
  7. Alvarado, Pedro de, 54; conquers Guatemala, 79
  8. Alvarado— — —, Alonzo de, conquers Brocamoras, 54
  9. Alvites, Diego de, founds Nombre de Dios, 23
  10. Ampudia, Juan de, 61, 62
  11. Añasco, Pedro de, killed by the Indians, 61
  12. Andagoya, Pascual de, Inspector General of Indians, his expedition to Biru, 40; receives tidings of the empire of the Incas, 41; falls into the water, 42; gives up the discovery of Peru to Pizarro, 43; appointed Governor of New Castille, 59; sets out from Spain, and lands at Buenaventura, 60; marches to Lili, 61; restores peace to Popayan, 62; converts Indians round Popayan and Lili, 67–74.
  13. Animals on the isthmus, 17, 18
  14. Antioquia, 64
  15. Apirama, warlike Indians of, 78
  16. Arguello, Hernando de, judicial murder of, 22
  17. Atabalica (Atahualpa), receives Soto, 47; treacherously imprisoned by Pizarro, 48; his war with his brother, 50–1; murdered by Pizarro, 52
  18. Atanzeta, province of, 61
  19. Atrinceta, province of, 75
  20. Avila, Gil Gonzalez de, expedition to Nicaragua, 32, 37; murdered by Cristoval de Olid, 38
  21. Badajos, Gonzalo de, expedition of, 26, 28
  22. Badillo, licentiate arrives at Lili, 63; imprisons Heredia at Carthagena, 81; and marches to Lili, ib.
  23. Balboa, Vasco Nuñez de, his character of Pedrarias, 1 note; at Darien, 3; appointed Alcalde mayor of Darien, 4; sends Garavita to Cuba, 18; imprisoned by Pedrarias, 19; sent by Pedrarias to explore the South Sea, ib.; forms a settlement at Acla, ib.; plans of, on hearing of the appointment of a new governor, 21 and note; judicial murder of, 22 and note.
  24. Balsa, Rio de la, Vasco Nuñez builds ships on the, 19
  25. Bastidas, governor of Santa Martha, killed by one Villafuerte, 81
  26. Becerra, Captain, sent to explore Cenu, 27
  27. Belalcazar, Sebastian de, proceedings of, 62; Pizarro sends Lorenzo de Aldano to arrest, 63; destruction caused by, 65, 66; reaches Bogota, 77
  28. Biru, province of, 10 note; entered by Andagoya, 41; boundaries of, 44; shields used by people of, ib.; Pizarro touches at, 44, 45
  29. Bogota, province of, 77; discovery of by the licentiate Jimenez, ib. and 83
  30. Bonda, province of, near Santa Martha, 82
  31. Boritica, 64
  32. Botello, Luis, to return to Acla for news, 21; judicial murder of, 22
  33. Buenaventura, founded by Andagoya, 60; description of, 64
  34. Burica, province of, discovered by Espinosa, 24, 37
  35. Cajamalca, Pizarro arrives at, 47
  36. Call (see Lili)
  37. Camboya, province of, 64
  38. Campanon, Francisco, opposes the schemes of Hernandez, 36; his flight from Nicaragua, 37
  39. Candia, Pedro de, lands at Tumbez, 46
  40. Cannibals arrive at Paris, 40
  41. Capucigra, Indian chief, 44
  42. Careta, province of, 8; Cacique, 8 note
  43. Carthagena, salt on the Isla Fuerte, 3; affairs of, 80
  44. Castañeda, licentiate, governor of Nicaragua, 39
  45. Catellez, province of, 76
  46. Cenu, 27 (see Zenu)
  47. Chame, near Panama, 25, 28
  48. Chasquio, province of, 74
  49. Chepo, 28
  50. Chepobar, 28
  51. Chiman, 28
  52. Chiriqui, 37
  53. Chiru, chief of a province near Panama, 25, 26, 29
  54. Chochama, province of, 40
  55. Chucheres, a remarkable tribe of Indians, 23
  56. Ciaman, river of, 65
  57. Codro, the astrologer, warns Vasco Nuñez, 21 note
  58. Coiba, province of, 11, 25, 29, 31, 75
  59. Colon, Admiral, discoverer of the coast of Tierra Firme, 6
  60. Comogre, province of, 10, 27, 28
  61. Contreras, Rodrigo de, governor of Nicaragua, 39
  62. Cueva, province of, 11, 19, 23, 29, 31, 40, 75
  63. Cutatara, chief of Paris, destroys a race of cannibals, 40 (see Paris)
  64. Cuzco, entered by Soto and Almagro, 52; besieged by Inca Manco, 53; Pizarro sends succour to, 53
  65. Darien, Pedrarias lands at, 3; Pizarro with the remnant of Ojeda's followers, settles at, 4; condition of the colony at, 6, 7; abandoned, 32
  66. Dominica, island of, 2 and note
  67. Escoria, a chief at war with Nata, 25; war between Paris and, 30
  68. Espinosa, the Licentiate Gaspar de, accompanies Pedrarias, 2 note; appointed to try Vasco Nuñez, 22; goes by land to Panama, 23; commands an expedition by sea to Nicaragua, 24; expedition of, to the westward, 28; account of, 29 note; in partnership with Pizarro, 43 note; death of, 59; account of, 59, note; Belalcazar hears of death of, 62
  69. Enciso, The Bachiller, goes to Darien with Pedrarias, as alguazil mayor, 2 note
  70. Estete, Martin, sent by Pedrarias to Manalca, 38
  71. Federman reaches Bogota, 77
  72. Gallo, island of, 44, 45; heroic resolution of Pizarro at, 45; account of the Indians on the coast opposite to, 76
  73. Garavita, Francisco, sent by Vasco Nuñez to Cuba, 18; to be sent to Acla for news by Vasco Nuñez, 21 note
  74. Gorgone, island of, 45
  75. Guanacaba Inca, 49, 57
  76. Guanate, province of, alligators in, 39
  77. Guarage, 30
  78. Guatemala, conquered by Alvarado, 79; account of, 79–80
  79. Guazcar Inca, brother of Atabalica, 49
  80. Heredia, Pedro de, governor of Carthagena, 80; imprisoned by Badillo, 81; governor of Santa Martha, ib.
  81. Hernandez, Francisco, settles Nicaragua, 36; revolts against Pedrarias, 36; beheaded by Pedrarias, 37
  82. Huista, province of, discovered by Espinosa, 24
  83. Hurtado, Benito, founds a town called Fonseca, 37
  84. Incas (see Yncas)
  85. Indians on the isthmus, treatment of, 7; manners and customs of, 13–17; mode of dispensing justice, 13; laws of, 13; superstitions of, 14; method of performing obsequies of the dead, 15; weapons of, 17; division of, in repertimiento, 23; remarkable tribe of, called Chuchures, 23; of Nicaragua, customs of, 33; of Popayan, revolt of, 61; dress of, 66; conversion of, by Andagoya, round Popayan and Lili, 67–74; warlike Indians of Apirama, 78; of Santa Martha, 80
  86. Infanta, Dr., governor of Santa Martha, 82
  87. Ingas (see Yncas)
  88. Isthmus, see seasons on; Indians of; animals of; languages on
  89. Jamindi chief, people massacred by Belalcazar, 65
  90. Jangono, an Indian chief, of the province of Aisquis, 68, 74
  91. Jauja, city founded there by Pizarro, 52; Morgobajo defeated at, 53
  92. Jimenez, discoverer of Bogota, 77–83
  93. Jitirigiti, language of, 65; conversion of Indians of, 68
  94. Languages, on the Isthmus, 25, 31; of Nicaragua, 33; round Popayan, 65
  95. Lebron, Geronimo, governor at Santa Martha, 77–83
  96. Lerma, Garcia de, governor of Santa Martha, 82
  97. Lili (or Cali), province of, Andagoya marches to, 61; Andagoya's efforts to convert Indians of, 70; food of the people of, 75; customs of natives of, 75
  98. Lima, founded by Pizarro, 52; climate of, 58
  99. Lugo, Don Pedro de, governor of Santa Martha, 82; Alonzo, 82
  100. Luque in partnership with Pizarro, 43
  101. Maldonado, licentiate, succeeds Alvarado in the government of Guatemala, 80
  102. Manalca, province of, 37; Martin Estete sent to, by Pedrarias, 38
  103. Meneses forms a colony called Santa Cruz, 12
  104. Meta, 25
  105. Mompox, 81
  106. Morales, Gaspar de, expedition of, 9
  107. Morgobajo defeated at Jauja, 53
  108. Nata, province of, 25 note, 26, 29; people of, attack the Spaniards, 27
  109. Nicaragua, Espinosa discovers coast of, 24; Indians of, their customs, 33; expedition of Gil Gonzalez de Avila to, 32; volcano in, 34; affairs of, 36–39
  110. Nicuesa, Diego de, 4; fate of, 5
  111. Nisca, 37
  112. Nombre de Dios founded by Diego Alvites, 23; Andagoya arrives at, 60
  113. Ojeda, Alonzo de, 4
  114. Olid, Cristoval de, murders Gil Gonzalez de Avila, 38
  115. Osorio, Captain, killed by the Indians, 61; bishop, governor of Nicaragua, 39
  116. Oviedo, the historian, goes to Darien with Pedrarias, as inspector of gold foundries, 2 note
  117. Pacora, 28
  118. Palms, island of, 45, 60, 77
  119. Palomino, governor of Santa Martha, is drowned, 81
  120. Panama, founded by Pedrarias, 23
  121. Pararaca, 28
  122. Paris, province of, invaded by Gonzalo de Badajos, 26; and by Espinosa, 29; war between Escoria and, 30; fierce cannibals arrive at, 40
  123. Patia, chief of, his kindness to the Spaniards, 69
  124. Pearls, islands of, 9; Vasco Nuñez reaches the, in his ships, 20; fisheries near Cabo de la Vela, 83
  125. Peccaries, 17, and note; method of hunting, 24
  126. Pedrarias de Avila, governor of Castilia del Oro, embarks at Seville, 1; his character, ib. note; lands at Darien, 3–6; imprisons Vasco Nuñez, 19; sends Vasco Nuñez to explore the South Sea, ib.; arrives at Acla, 21; sends for, and imprisons Vasco Nuñez, ib.; murders Vasco Nuñez, 22; founds Panama, 23; goes in search of Becera, 28; goes to Nicaragua, and beheads Hernandez, 37; superseded by Pedro de los Rios, 38; in partnership with Pizarro, Almagro, and Luque, 43
  127. Pequeo, province of, Vasco Nuñez lands at, 20
  128. Periquete, 28
  129. Peru, origin of the name, 42 (see Pizarro)
  130. Peruqueta, province of, 11
  131. Peties, Indians of, 74
  132. Pizarro, Francisco, chosen leader of Ojeda's followers, 4; settles at Darien, ib.; undertakes the conquest of Peru, 43: sets out on his expedition, ib.; heroic resolution of, at Gallo, 45; arrives at Cajamalca, 47; captures the Inca, 48; murders the Inca Atahualpa, 52; dispute with Almagro, 54; sends Aldana to arrest Belalcazar, 63; Juan, death of, 53; Hernando wounded at Puna, 46; imprisoned by Almagro, 53; his treachery to Almagro, 54; Diego sent to relieve Cuzco, and killed by Indians, 53
  133. Pocorosa, funeral obsequies of the chief of, 16; province of, 28
  134. Popayan, 61; Andagoya restores peace to, 62; conversion of Indians round, 67; description of, 74; food of the people of, ib.
  135. Puelles, Pedro de, founds Pasto, 65
  136. Puna, island of, natives attack the Spaniards, 46
  137. Puricachima, general of Atabalica, 51
  138. Quevedo, Juan de, bishop of Darien, accompanies Pedrarias, 2, note
  139. Quitatara, chief of Paris (which see)
  140. Quizquiz, general of Atabalica, 51
  141. Ramada, province of, discovered by Alonzo de Lugo, 82; pearl fisheries at, 83
  142. Rios, Pedro de los, supersedes Pedrarias, as governor of Panama, 38; is driven out of Nicaragua, ib.
  143. Robledo, Jorge, proceedings of, 63
  144. Salcedo, Diego Lopez de, arrives in Nicaragua, 38
  145. Salt, supply of, near Panama, 25, 59
  146. Sangana, 30
  147. San Juan river, 45, 59, 65; city of, 41
  148. San Miguel, gulf of, 11; ships of Vasco Nuñez reach the, 20
  149. San Sebastian de Uraba founded, 80
  150. Santa Cruz, sent out as judge to Carthagena, 81
  151. Santa Cruz, settlement formed by Meneses, 12; fate of a Spanish woman at, ib.
  152. Santa Maria, river of, 76
  153. Santa Martha, Pedrarias lands at, 3; many of Ojeda's people perish at, 4; Geronimo Lebron, governor at, 77; affairs of, 81; climate of, 83
  154. Seasons on the isthmus, 39
  155. Sosa, Lope de, appointed governor of Darien, 20–38
  156. Soto, in Nicaragua, 36; is outwitted by Gil Gonzalez de Avila, 37; Hernando de, joins Pizarro, 46; his embassy to the Inca, 47
  157. South Sea, discovery of by Vasco Nuñez, 7; expedition of Gaspar Morales to, 9; expedition of Pedrarias to, 22; currents in the, 76; navigation of, 77
  158. Suema, 30
  159. Tabore, 28
  160. Tamasagra, Indian chief, 44
  161. Tapia, Gonzalo de, sent to relieve Cuzco, and killed by the Indians, 53
  162. Tauraba, province of, cannibals at, 40
  163. Tijajos, Indians of, 79
  164. Timana besieged by the Indians, 61, 65
  165. Tobreytrota, province of, 25
  166. Tubanama, 28
  167. Tumbez, 47
  168. Tunceta, province of, 65
  169. Ubsagano, a vassal of Paris, 30
  170. Uraba, San Sebastian de, founded, 80
  171. Valderrabano, arranges with Vasco Nuñez to return to Acla, 20; judicial murder of, 22
  172. Valverde, Fray Vicente de, his interview with Atabalica, 48
  173. Vasco Nuñez (see Balboa)
  174. Villafuerte kills Bastidas, 81; executed, 83
  175. Villavina (Huillac Umu or high priest) goes with Almagro to Chile, 33
  176. Volcano in Nicaragua, 34
  177. Ynca Manco besieges Cuzco, 53
  178. Yncas (see Atabalica, Guazcar, Guanacaba), Viracocha, the first Ynca, 55; roads made by the, ib.; laws and civilisation of the, 56; religion, 57; ceremonies, 58
  179. Yolo, province of, 64
  180. Zenu, province of, gold found in tombs, 81 (see Cenu)
  181. Zinzy, bay of, 64

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