The British violate their terms and rule by edict -- A proud and haughty Scot takes command of Charleston -- A fierce and unrelenting soldier comes in from the field -- "I do not mean to desert the cause of America" -- The captor becomes the captive -- "The imminent and shocking doom of the most unfortunate Mr. Hayne" -- "We seriously lament the necessity of such a severe expedient" -- Rawdon's fantastic shipboard recollections -- "In South Carolina no one even knows where he is buried" -- A survey of the story of Isaac Hayne in art and literature.
An examination of how a local incident ended in the execution of a prominent American by the British for treason.
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