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COREAL, Francisco (kor-ray'-al), Spanish traveller, born in Cartagena in 1648; died in 1708. He left Cartagena in 1666, went to the West Indies, and then visited Florida and Mexico. After traveling in several North American regions he made explorations in Brazil as well as in Uruguay, along the River Plate, and in Peru. He passed the Panama isthmus for the third time in 1679, and returned to his country, where he published his "Viaje a las Indias Occidentales," a narrative of his travels, which was translated and printed in French (3 vols., 1722). Some have thought that Coreal was only the pseudonym used by an unknown author who was not the real traveller.
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