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From Greenbrier River. Server weather — continued Depredations from the Yankees — hardships endured. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Camp at Greenbrier River, November 15, 1861. The mercury stands here at a figure considerably below what it does in your city; for even now, while no doubt you are enjoying pleasant weather, a most tremendous snow storm is going on, and if it continues until morning at this rate, we shall have snow 12 inches deep. We have had no general engagement since the 3d of October; but the enemy, who are reported at from three to four thousand strong on the top of Cheat Mountain, continue to send down parties of from 500 to 700 strong to fire on our pickets and to plunder the country. They sent down such a party on the night of the 2d, to burn a house occupied by our "grand guard," but our picket fired into them, killing eight and taking one of them prisoner, and they ran precipitately back.--Small parties come down every day