To clarify a technical point:
The page numbers are to the PTS Pali
version, not the translations, and can be useful to be specific about where exactly in a long sutta one is referring to.
There is a handy on-line tool here: http://suttacentral.net/
which can be very useful in translating the Nikaya, Volume, Page reference into Nikaya, Sutta Number.
And it will give you on-line links in many cases, which is really handy.
MN i 1
and checking the "Volume/Page reference" box. (Note that it is "MN", not "M".)
and checking the "Abbreviation and number" box
to get some idea of how to use it.
Unfortunately, in some Nikayas, such as the SN, there can be a variation in the sutta numbering system...