You can find the will for free on Family Search. North Carolina Probate Records, 1735-1970; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:2:77TG-GH39?cc=1867501&wc=32LX-T3D%3A170030801%2C169881001
In the second "Item" before Deak it says "to wit"
In the Hannah Belk item I'm pretty sure the missing word is "me"
After Sampson D Belk words are "& others"
After Coleman D Helms, also "& others"
After effectually secured words are "to him" as it is "rumored' that there is to be an attempt to "divest" him of the title....
Item - To the same end.... Catharine by name now in "her possession"
Item - I "devise" to the same end....
The residue of my estate... the following of "them" to wit
And at the end: in our presence and "witnessed" and subscribed by us... and the "erasure" of the word negro and her child & children and "insertion instead of Naclen owledge"
The last two words make no sense to me, but that's what the letters look like....