Thank you for your recording, Husain. Your reading was very articulate and the pacing perfect. Just a couple of notes on this chapter below, items which are easily fixable. If you need help with editing, let me know, although it is really a "cut and paste" operation to insert or replace words.
I might also mention, only because there is often a bewildering cast of characters to keep track of, I personally would have opted to read what the editor inserted in his brackets. These are often quite elucidating and help to dispel confusion. However, I leave that to your discretion as to whether you want to keep it as is.
:22 there is a repeat of "Charles the Bold, chapter 15"
2:57 "second in regard to M. d'Urse" I think you said Madame and it occurs to me it should be Monsieur. Can you check this? I could be wrong here
19:35 "and never will do otherwise" please delete "otherwise"
19:39 "I am advised now" should be "I am advised how"
21:32 "for nothing was about it" should be "for nothing was done about it"
30:41 You did not say "and it was the year 1472" as this is in regular parentheses and not in editor's brackets. I believe it is part of the text
31:51 "to whatever king" should be "to whatever kind"
Please make sure we have a full 5 seconds of silence at the end. I think there are only about 3.