In the play "Julius Caesar" written by William Shakespeare, a servant delivers a message from Anthony to Brutus in which Anthony promises to follow Brutus if he grants Anthony permission to see Caesar's body and is satisfied with the reason for Caesar's murder. This occurs in Act 3, Scene 1.
Brutus agrees to let Anthony see the body of Caesar thinking that he can make Anthony an ally. Brutus does not reveal the reason for Caesar's murder to Anthony at this point in the play. In order to give a eulogy, Anthony has the same servant help him bring the body of Caesar to the market place.