Chipping Wycombe. See Wycombe.
Chiquinquira, the largest town in the dep. of Boyaca, Colombia, near the Suarez, 30 miles W.
of Tunja, since Indian times a place of pilgrimage. Pop. 18,000.
Chislehurst, a village in Kent, 11 miles SE. of London. Sir Nicholas Bacon was a native. Camden Park estate (now built over) was the residence of Camden the antiquary. Napoleon III. died at Camden Place in 1873. There are an Orphanage and a Governesses' Institution here. Pop. of parish, 7500.
Chiswick, a suburban parish of Middlesex, on the north bank of the Thames, 7 1/2 miles W. by S. of St Paul's. Here are some charming old riverside houses (one of them William Morris's home); here too are extensive market-gardens to supply London, and the gardens of the Horticultural Society. In the churchyard are Hogarth's grave and Foscolo's cenotaph; and at the Duke of Devonshire's beautiful villa, Chiswick House, died Fox and Canning. The population is over 30,000.
Chittagong, or Islamabad, a port of Bengal, 220 miles E. of Calcutta, on the eastern side of the Bay of Bengal, and on the Karnaphuli River, about 12 miles from its mouth. Formerly an important centre of trade under the Portuguese, with one of the best ports in India, it has recently regained much of the commerce it lost with the rise of Calcutta. Since 1905 it is a sub-capital of Eastern Bengal and Assam. Pop. 23,200.
Chittor' (' little town'), a town of India, on the Poini, 100 miles W. of Madras. Pop. 9809.
Chiusi (Kee-oo'zee), a town 102 miles NNW. of Rome by rail, on an olive-clad eminence in the Val di Chiana, not far from the small Lago di Chiusi. The Clusium of the Etruscans, it has yielded many antiquities. Pop. 1824.
Chivilcoy, in the Argentine province of Buenos Ayres, is 110 miles W. of the capital. Pop. 15,000.