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Nathan Hale. Hale then volunteered to go into British-occupied New York City as a spy for General Washington and was caught. Before being hanged he reportedly said "I regret that I have but one life to give for my country".

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Who was a 21-year-old schoolteacher who served in the Continental Army at the battle of long island?

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Which battle did the Continental Army suffer a major defeat?

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