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The Ides of March are come
Ay, Caesar, but not gone
Caesar is about to be killed
Brutus tells that he killed Caesar and he wins them over so they are not mad. Antony then speaks and convinces the people that Brutus is wrong for what he did.
Antony tells Octavius' messenger to not have Octavius come to the city. His messenger tell's Antony that he is already near the city.
Cinna the Poet is mistaken for Cina the conspirator.
The peasants kill Cinna the poet and then start off to Cassius' and Brutus' houses.
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