[ca. 22–29 August 1782]
Article 24 would be changed in the following manner.
If at any time the United States of America shall judge necessary to commence negotiations
with the King or Emperor of Morocco and Fez and with the Regencies of Algiers,1
Tunis, or Tripoli or with any of them to obtain passports for the security of their
navigation in the Mediterranean Sea, their High Mightinesses promise that upon the
requisition which the United States of America shall make of it, they will second
such negotiations in the most favorable manner, by means of their consuls residing
near the said King, Emperor, and Regencies.
Consenti avec l’Addition D’Algiers.2