Dream of Abimelech, who had taken Abraham's wife as his own.
Joseph, son of Jacob, interprets the dreams of the butler and the baker.
If a dreamer of dreams arises, this is how you detect him and what you do.
Gideon overhears a dream told foretelling his success in battle.
Hearken not to false dreams.
Wilford Woodruff, "The Channels of Communication from God to Man, -Dreams, Visions, Etc.", Journal of Discourses, pp. 331-333
There are normal dreams and there are true dreams.
Listen to true dreams.
Relates a few dreams and related experiences.
Josephus, Wars of the Jews, 3.8.3, 3.8.9
Josephus recalls a dream he had regarding the fate of the jews in the roman invasion, his fate, and also some details about Roman affairs.
He declares to Vespasian the he will become the emperor of the Roman Empire.
Other predictions proven true.
Josephus, Life of Flavius Josephus, Ch. 1.42
Josephus told in a dream that he will get out of the danger he is in and become happier because of it.
Dream of Lehi concerning the destruction of Jerusalem.
Lehi commanded to leave Jerusalem in a dream.
Lehi commanded in a dream to send his sons back to Jerusalem to obtain the brass plates.
Enoch receives a dream where he learns that the watchers' pleas for mercy have been rejected.
Enoch's full dream, where he not only learns that the watchers will not receive mercy, but also receives a more panoramic view of many aspects of the plan of salvation.
Enoch dreams of a great destruction of the Earth.
Enoch's symbolic vision of the history (mostly future history) of the world. Seems to be corrupted after the time of the Maccabees. (The story makes sense up to this point, but then talks about twelve shepherd as having been previously mentioned, but there is no previous mention of them to provide an appropriate context for this portion of the prophecy.)