Art. XI. 2
+ There shall be, a full and entire Liberty of Conscience allowed,
to the Inhabitants and Subjects of each Party and no one Shall be molested, in regard to
his Worship, provided he Submits, as to the public Demonstration of it, to the Laws of
the Country. There Shall be given moreover Liberty when any Subjects or Inhabitants of
either Party, Shall die in the Territory of the other, to bury them <
in the usual
burying Places> in decent & convenient Places, which Shall be appointed
for that Purpose. and the two contracting Parties < agree> Shall provide, each
in its own Jurisdiction, that the Citizens & Subjects of the other, may obtain,
Certificates in Cases of Deaths, < in Case>
 they Shall be required, to be delivered.+
Declaration to the Article XII.
Except the Merchandizes deemed contraband * namely + Cannons, Morters, Fire Arms Pistols, Bombs, Grenades, bullets Balls, Fusils, Flints, Matches, Powder Salt peter, Sulphur, Cuirasses, Pikes, Swords, Cartouch Boxes, Belts, Saddles and Bridles, which shall be adjudged Contrabande, and Subject to Confiscation, excepting nevertheless the Quantity, which may be requisite for the Defence of the Vessell, and of those who compose the Crew.+
This Article cannot Subsist, after the foregoing Declaration, respecting Contraband Merchandizes Subject to Confiscation.
Article to be added 25
The Squadrons or Vessells of War of the two Contracting Parties,
may enter freely into the Ports, Roads or Bays of the <
other> one or the other
Dominion, where Commerce is permitted provided, nevertheless that they never exceed the
Number of Six Vessells of War, in the great Ports, and of four in the Small Ports
without the express Permission of the Governor or Commandant of the District; and that
they  make there a Station, With View to hurt the Commerce of other
Nations in Amity and Alliance with either of the two contracting Parties.