Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, ed. Poems of Places: An Anthology in 31 Volumes. Italy: Vols. XIXIII. 187679.
Brook of Sanguinetto
John Kenyon (17841856)
There are two little rivulets which run from the Gualandro into the lake. The traveller crosses the first of these at about a mile after he comes into the plain, and this divides the Tuscan from the Papal territories. The second, about a quarter of a mile farther on, is called the bloody rivulet; and the peasants point out an open spot to the left between the Sanguinetto and the hills, which, they say, was the principal scene of slaughter.Hobhouses Notes to Childe Harold.