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Stiff and stark sat the child there with her matches, of which one bundle had been burnt. "She wanted to warm herself," people said.
And whoever should reply: If the people have property outside the city, and see it burnt, they will not remain patient, and the long siege and self- interest will make them forget their prince; to this I answer that a powerful and courageous prince will overcome all such difficulties by giving at one time hope to his subjects that the evil will not be for long, at another time fear of the cruelty of the enemy, then preserving himself adroitly from those subjects who seem to him to be too bold.
Further, the enemy would naturally on his arrival at once burn and ruin the country at the time when the spirits of the people are still hot and ready for the defence; and, therefore, so much the less ought the prince to hesitate; because after a time, when spirits have cooled, the damage is already done, the ills are incurred, and there is no longer any remedy; and therefore they are so much the more ready to unite with their prince, he appearing to be under obligations to them now that their houses have been burnt and their possessions ruined in his defence.
These traditional remedies cause more damage, and benefit of first aid is completely lost.6,7 It is a well-established fact that first aid knowledge is poor internationally, and lack of knowledge leads to application of many traditional remedies causing sepsis and ultimately, poor outcome.8 The current study was planned to ascertain knowledge of first aid among parents of burnt children presenting from all areas of Lahore.