You "proved" blacks served in the Confederacy, when that topic was not even the issue under question. I never disputed that point.
The questions I put up for discussion was whether or not the CSA political leadership adequately, and in a timely manner, satified the requests of those members of the CSA military who were repeatedly calling for large numbers of emancipated slaves armed and used as combat forces. Or were the CSA military who made such request asking for things that were not needed. Did he ask too late, did congress legislate too late, was widespread emancipation even needed, was the measure that passed adequate... those were the questions raised.
Your responses didn't adress those issues at all, insead you kept focused on whether this unit A had blacks, and that this militia B had any.
Lee was not asking, nor was congrees debating, if A or B had any blacks, he was asking for congressional approval for widespread emancipation of slaves to raise large numbers of active combat troops made up of emancipated slaves.
The questions under discussion was whether those calls for emancipation in exchange for military service were heeded. Since your only answer was to "prove" it was already being done, you failed to explain why then did Lee have to ask for legislation and congressional approval to accomplish it even in 1865. Why did Cleburne propose it in 63-64, and why did Ewell recommend it as a vital issue in 1861? Was Ewell's advice on widespread emancipation heeded by the politicians or not?
Your proof did not address in any manner whatesoever whether or not Ewell and Cleburne and others who early on expressed the notioin that "unless widespread emancipation is done, we will surely lose our bid for Independence" were correct in their predictions.