Apologies for being very slow to PL. I am afraid there are rather a few things to fix.
First, some best practice tips:
-Ideally, readers in dramatic works record acts separately. Some BCs (Book Coordinators) do it differently, but as a rule of thumb, check the MW (Magic Window) on the first page of the thread and see how many sections have been assigned to your character. Here, you will see that the Parson has four sections: act 1,2,4,5. So the BC will expect you to upload four files, each beginning with "[Character] read by [your name]" and optionally "Act [X]".
-As I think you saw after you uploaded, the files should also be named according to the formula in the first post of the thread, here "parsonswedding_[role]_[#].mp3". This helps us to keep track of everything, especially when it comes to editing.
-It's probably best to avoid reading scene numbers. This will help the editor, because then when he/she sees you have the next line in the script, they know that the next bit of waveform in your file will be that line (if the next bit of waveform is a scene number or something else, they will have to delete it and move to the next bit of waveform, so it takes a bit longer).
-It makes the editor's (and Proof Listener's!) task easier if you, as the reader, edit out any of your mistakes or re-takes. What many readers seem to do is to click their fingers whenever they make a mistake, so that when they have finished recording they can look back at their waveform and see the tall spikes where they clicked their fingers. This makes it easier to locate the mistake and quickly edit them out. Again, doing this helps the final editor to put the play together a bit faster.
Sorry about the lecture, but these are things we all had to learn the hard way when we started out!
Here are the mistakes I found. I have given you timestamps so you can find the errors quickly and edit in your re-takes.
00.50 Please re-read "Leave this injurious language" due to noises in background.
02.40 "half-ell long (hight ferret riband) the youth of our parish, as you have done." You didn't read the text in the parentheses.
03.45 "a pilfering, canting Sybil in her youth" BG noise on 'pilfering'.
04.05 "great frost upon our common" Repetition of 'common'.
05.10 "that went convoy once to Brentford with those" Repetition of Brentford.
08.00 "I must not lose him and my revenge too. Something that's mischief I am resolved to do." background noise.
11.25 Repetition of first two lines "Who's there? What would you have?" "You come not here. I'll answer your warrant to-morrow."
12.35 "what other ceremonies would you have? Be not afraid, sweetheart." BG noise.
13.20 "Master constable, a little argument will persuade you to believe I am grossly abused. Sure, this does not look like a piece that a man would sin to enjoy:" etc Repetition of early part fo the line, then BG noise.
14.35 "This is fine roguery" Reptition of line.
15.25 "but I hope your worship will desire no witness to the use of my wife. The sumner, and the watch too, I hope your worship will enjoin them silence." Repetition after mistake in reading.
18.55 "Ay, with all my heart," repeated.
20.00 "And as good company as any's i' th' town." Slight slip on this line.
24.35 "not any" repeated.
12.10 "I'm almost of his mind; and if other people find...etc" Delete first take of line.
26.37 Missed Omnes line (marked for Par. in the script): "Agreed"
27.00 "we shall have that damned courtier pluck on his shoes with the parson's musons". Rep' of 'pluck'