Didn't Mark "zompist" Rosenfelder already do this?  He's got scores of numbers from one to ten in natural and constructed languages:
 
http://zompist.com/last.htm
 
At any rate, here's mine; cardinals appear in zompist, but not the ordinal numbers:
 
Cardinal:
uon
tibro
elin
frem
nibro
ksykso
tsabre
uyno
temra
dleyn/tleyn
 
Ordinal:
 
OLD        NEW
uelo        uonod
tilo          tibrod
ilno         elinod
frimo       fremod
nilo         nibrod
ksyko     ksyksod
tsabo      tsabrod
yno         uynod
temo       temrod
leno        dleynod
 
Difference being the old preceded the noun, the new follow and are considered adjectival.
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Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 12:03 PM
Subject: numbers from 1 to 10 by Sean P. Miller

Hi Sean,
My name is Janko Gorenc.
I'm collecting numbers from various systems in different languages.
Could you please send me numbers from 1 to 10 in your conlangs.
Thank you for your help!
Janko Gorenc.
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