A) John Taylor in 1844
B) Parley P. Pratt in 1853
C) Kirtland Literary Firm in 1835
D) Orson Pratt in 1845
(A) At the end of the Book of Mormon
Note where in the Book of Mormon John Corrill reads the testimony of the Three witnesses:
In the course of two or three days, the book of Mormon, (the Golden Bible, as the people then termed it, on account of its having been translated from the Golden plates,) was presented to me for perusal. I looked at it, examined the testimony of the witnesses at the last end of it, read promiscuously a few pages, and made up my mind that it was published for speculation.
John Corrill, A Brief History of the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints (Commonly Called Mormons, Including an Account of their Doctrine and Discipline, with the Reasons of the Author for Leaving the Church) (St. Louis, n.p., 1839).