Yep. 一二三四五六七八九十 is one to ten, there is also the lesser used "capital" (of capital letters) form i.e. 大写，which is as follows: 壹贰叁肆伍陆柒捌玖拾
This is where I traced it to:
“壹、 贰、 叁、 肆、 伍、 陆、 柒、 捌、 玖、 拾， 字书皆有之。”
出处（origin）：宋· 陆游 《老学庵笔记》（the era, the Song Dynasty • the author, lu4 you2《title of the work》）
Edit: The work is a sort of descriptive writing and commentary; what comes to mind is Mark Twain's 'The Innocents Abroad', though I haven't read all of both books.