Visions -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800. : Strange-predictions related at Catericke in the north of England: by one who saw a vision, and told it himselfe to the company with whom he was drinking healths; how he was struck, and an angel appeared to him with a sword. A revelation made to him; and the whole narrative of the same. Certified by a letter from an eminent person.
Visions in art -- Congresses. : Voir l'au-delà : l'expérience visionnaire et sa représentation dans l'art italien de la Renaissance : actes du colloque international (Paris, 3-5 juin 2013) / sur la direction de Andreas Beyer, Philippe Morel et Alessandro Nova ; coordiantion scientifique et éditoriale par Cyril Gerbron.
Visions in literature -- Congresses. : Margaret of York, Simon Marmion, and the Visions of Tondal : papers delivered at a symposium organized by the Department of Manuscripts of the J. Paul Getty Museum in collaboration with the Huntington Library and Art Collections, June 21-24, 1990 / Thomas Kren, editor.
Aaron : The quaker's defence of the people of England and Holland : in a Letter from Obadiah Gulliver to Isaac Ben Gideon the Jew, occasioned by the Publication of a little Book, called, The Visions of Aaron the Son of Adriel. In which is clearly shewn, that the Sister-Nations, the Subject of those Visions, are not the People of England and Holland; and that the mighty Crimes and Enormities, the Corruption and Degeneracy so bitterly set forth in the said Visions, are in no wise chargeable on these Nations. .