PindarusFly further off my lord, fly further off Mark Antony is in your tents my lord. Fly therefore nobleCassius, Fly far off!
Titinius: They are my lord...
Cassius: The hill is far enough, look, look Titinius, are those my tents where I perceive the fire?
It is still early in the battle and Cassius has just spotted their camp on fire. (A.5, S.3, L.9)
Titnius: I will be here again even with a thought.
Cassius: Titinius, if thou lovest me mount thou my horse and and hide thy spurs into him 'till he have brought thee up to yonder troops.
Pindarus: Oh my lord!Cassius: What news!?!?!?Pindarus: Titinius is enclosed round about with horsemen that make him on the spur! Yet he spurs on, now they are almost on him. Now Titinius! Oh, he lights too... He is ta'en. And hark, they shout for joy.
Cassius: Go Pindarus, higher on that hill, my sight is ever thick. Regard Titinius and tell me what thou no'st about the field
Cassius: Come down, behold no more. O coward that I am to live so long to see my best friend ta'en before my face. Come hither sirrah. In Parthia, I did take thee prisoner, and then I swore to thee , saving of thy life, that whatsoever I bid thee to thou shouldst attempt it. Come thou, keep thine oath. Now be a free man and with this good sword, that ran through Caesar's bowels, search this bosom. Stand not to answer, Here, take thou the hilts and when my face is covered, as 'tis now, guide thou sword.
Cassius :Caesar, thou art revenged even with the sword that killed thee
Pindarus: So I am free, yet would not so have been Durst I have done my will. O Cassius! Far from this country Pindarus shall run where never Roman shall take note of him.