This queslion does not seem to have been agitated much in the Lpgislature, llius far. It is the opiniÃ³n of some knowing ones that Detroit will remain the Cnpital of the State for sonc time to come. We notice by the papers of the North, that they favor the ideaof having Detroit for the Capital for fifteen or twenty ycars, with the expeclation that afterwards,whn the northern part of the State shall have been well settlod, it vvill be located somewhere in what are now the northern counties. (C? The Monroe Advocate says that the Raisin is greally overflowed in consequeuce of the stoppnge of the waters by the anchor ice.