Read the full text of Henry VI Part 2 Act 4 Scene 10 with a side-by-side translation HERE.
Things aren't looking too good for Cade. He's been roaming the woods and hasn't eaten in five days. Now he's hiding out in Iden's garden, searching for food.
Looks like Iden is home, so the whole breaking-and-entering thing might not go down so well.
Actually, Iden has no intention of hurting Cade. He sees Cade in his garden, and then Cade just up and threatens him. Can you believe the nerve of this guy?
Iden doesn't want to fight with a man who is clearly weak. He asks Cade why he's being so rude.
Cade doesn't want to talk, so he draws his sward on Iden. The two men fight, combat-style, and Cade is fatally stabbed. He says his name is Cade, and Iden realizes who it is he's just killed.
In his dying words, Cade is quick to point out that he was beaten "by famine, not by valor." Translation: he wouldn't have lost that fight if he hadn't been starving. He wouldn't want anyone thinking he was weak or anything.
Iden tells his men to throw the body in a dunghill for the crows to feed on, and he'll take the head to the king.