I love Historical Ciphers, don’t you…

There is a secret hidden within the book cipher.
It goes with a manuscript, but I can’t just tell you what the name of the
"book" is.  I recently cited this book or classic collection of
books on another blog.  Can you decipher the message?  It is
important.  I did take the time to do this, so give it a whirl.  I
love the old world charm of historical cryptography.  It’s genius, but
nobody makes use of it anymore.  What say you?  The other blog is linked
to on my site.  There is also an on-line version of said book.  It is
that old.  Do not worry it’s not the Bible.  :)  I will give you
the first and last letter.  Have fun…

UPDATE:  Here is a much easier cipher, for all of you lazy folks.  :)

Cipher1

A link is hidden somewhere within the blog, to the on-line book, which I used
to cipher the message.  By the way, the page numbers on-line coincide with
the ones in the book.

128-1-8-1       "M"

128-3-8-1

 

129-1-2-4

129-2-2-6

129-2-3-3

129-5-7-3

 

364-4-1-1

364-11-3-1

365-4-7-4

366-9-3-4

 

367-3-2-2

368-7-9-1

 

504-1-47-1

505-3-6-2

507-2-4-2

507-5-7-2

 

124-1-30-1

124-6-2-1

 

125-4-3-1

126-1-13-1

127-2-2-1

 

245-1-5-1

245-1-2-2

246-1-4-1

246-8-3-1

247-7-1-5

247-9-4-2

247-11-6-6

 

248-1-3-1

248-7-4-1

248-12-6-5

248-15-3-4

 

364-6-9-1

 

125-4-3-1

126-1-13-1

127-2-2-1

 

127-7-1-1

127-7-8-4

129-1-1-2       "O"

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