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Gazette of the Regular, Volunteer and Militia Forces.
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TO ADVERTISERS. THE ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL offers advantages to certain advertisers which are presented by no other weekly newspaper in the United States. The character and extent of its çirculation may be inferred from the following:
1st. It is the ONLY Military and Naval Journal in the United States.
2d. It stands, both at home and abroad, in the VERY FRONT RANK, of the military journals of the world.
3d. It is the OFFICIAL GAZETTE of the National Guard of the State of New York, and is the STANDARD AUTHORITY in the country on militia matters, which secures its circulation among the MILITIA OF EVERY STATE AND TERRITORY of the Union.
4th. It is the representative of the National Rifle Association, an association which commands the pecuniary support of the State of New York, and attracts the attention of all who are interested in RIFLE SHOOTING in all parts of the country.
5th. It is safe to say that the ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL is regularly read by EVERY ARMY AND NAVY OFFICER in the United States, as well as by the more intelligent, prudent, and thoughtful of the ENLISTED MEN of the two services. It is found in EVERY CAMP AND GARRISON READING ROOM for soldiers in the country.
6th. The number of enlisted men of the Army is 25,000 ; of the Navy, 10,000; of officers of the Army, 2,500; of the Navy and Marine Corps, 3,000. The National Guard of New York numbers 25,000, and in the different States, according to the last official “ Army Register," 153,320.
7th. It also circulates largely among EX-OFFICERS OF VOLUNTEERS of our late war, both North and Sonth.
8th. Its FOREIGN CIRCULATION is large, and of a character probably not equalled by that of any other weekly journal in the
country. It is on file at EVERY WAR AND NAVY OFFICE of Europe, and has as subscribers the most famous soldiers and military students of the Old World.
9th. The CIRCULATION of the JOURNAL is therefore among men of assured incomes WHO ARE ABLE TO BUY what the advertiser may have to sell, and among classes whose wants are numerous and varied. The purchases annually made by the enlisted men alone of the Army, of one house advertising in the JOURNAL, amount to many thousand dollars worth.
10th. The ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL goes extensively into the FAMILIES OF OFFICERS and SOLDIERS and SAILORS as an indispensable guide to the movements of relatives and friends.
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The advertisers in the ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL among these several classes are represented by the best known houses, as will be seen by a reference to the paper.
The ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL'S CIRCULATION is one of the stablest of that of any weekly newspaper in the United States, and its advertising patronage is larger than that of any other professional paper in the country.
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