Antony, Octavius, and Lepidus discuss who else to kill, and they agree on Lepidus' brother and Antony's nephew.
These many, then, shall die; their names are pricked. (Antony, 1)
After Lepidus leaves, Antony expresses doubts about Lepidus' ability to rule with them.
So you thought him,And took his voice who should be pricked to dieIn our black sentence and proscription. (Antony, 12)
So you thought him,And took his voice who should be pricked to dieIn our black sentence and proscription. (Octavius, 15)
Act 4 Scene 2
Thou hast describedA hot friend cooling. Ever note, Lucilius,When love begins to sicken and decay,It useth an enforcèd ceremony.There are no tricks in plain and simple faith;But hollow men, like horses hot at hand,Make gallant show and promise of their mettle; (Brutus, 18)
Lucillius delivers a message from Cassius, and Brutus says that Cassius is displeased with Brutus.
That you have wronged me doth appear in this:You have condemned and noted Lucius PellaFor taking bribes here of the SardiansWherein my letters, praying on his sideBecause I knew the man, were slighted off.
Cassius and Brutus start insulting each other and get into a large argument.
To sell and mart your offices for goldTo undeservers (Brutus, 63)
There is my daggerAnd here my naked breast; within, a heartDearer than Plutus' mine, richer than gold. (Cassius, 151)
Cassius offers his knife to Brutus to kill him, but Brutus denies.
Sheathe your dagger.(Brutus, 158b)
I did not think you could have been so angry. (Cassius, 195)
Cassius and Brutus calm down and recognize their anger. Later, Cassius tells Brutus he did not expect such anger, and Brutus tells him his wife, Portia, died.
No man bears sorrow better. Portia is dead. (Brutus, 199)