Yes, there are just a few hesitations and stumbles left, and these can be corrected by editing in two ways:
1) try to magnify the soundwave and see if you can cut out a portion of it producing a smooth sentence (e.g., if you said "two and two makes five er four", you could fix this by cutting out "five er")
2) If you can't clean up some of these through editing alone, just record a new version of the sentence or part of it in a new window, select the new sound wave fragment, copy it, select the old sound wave fragment to be replaced, delete it, and paste the new one in its place.
I've annotated about a half of the recording for you:
(3:50) The [stumble] agent told him
(4:06) through [hesit] which the frigate [hesit] must proceed
(5:00) according [stumble] to our ideas
(5:21) please check the pronounciation of "severer"; we leave pronunciation up to the reader, but I suspect you may have mistook this word for another (it sounds like it means "one who severs" rather than "more severe")
(5:25) the [stumble] officers
(6:03) had [stumble] been appointed
(6:16) changes that [stumble] had occurred
(7:20) American vessel [hesit] engaged by the Dutch
(7:30) editing cue left in
Please edit the recording to fix these (but please don't re-record the whole thing again), and also any similar issues that occur in the second half.
The average volume dropped to 80 dB again. Please amplify by ~9 dB, following my instructions on p. 4.
Also, your reading has a wide dynamic range, leading to some volume jumps like at (1:53). We want to avoid a scenario where the listener turns up the volume to hear a murmur and then a shout hurts their ears. I don't think what I've heard here reaches that point, but please watch out for this in general. If you naturally read with a wide dynamic range, you may consider applying compression to your recording: