Live to be Useful
|Live to be Useful or, The Story of Annie Lee and Her Irish Nurse (1913)
|This is the full digitized edition of Live to be Useful or, The Story of Annie Lee and Her Irish Nurse by an anonymous author, published in 1913 (London, Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York). This novel was originally copyrighted by Thomas Nelson & Sons, but is now in the public domain due to is age. It was digitized by Project Gutenberg, with original typographical errors restored by Wikisource.
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Table of Contents 
- CHAPTER I. ANNIE’S PLAN.
- CHAPTER II. ANNORAH’S FIRST APPEARANCE IN THE SICK-ROOM.
- CHAPTER III. ANNORAH LEARNS TO READ.
- CHAPTER IV. THE PRIEST MEETS ANNORAH AT HER MOTHER’S COTTAGE.
- CHAPTER V. PHELIM BRINGS BAD TIDINGS TO ANNORAH.
- CHAPTER VI. THE CONFESSIONAL—AN IRISH FROLIC.
- CHAPTER VII. BIDDY DILLON BECOMES A “HERETIC.”
- CHAPTER VIII. ANNIE’S DEATH—ANNORAH’S PROSPECTS.
Front matter 
LIVE TO BE
LIVE TO BE USEFUL
Annorah turned, and saw the shadow of a man on the sloping rock.
TO BE USEFUL
TO BE USEFUL
THE STORY OF ANNIE LEE AND
HER IRISH NURSE.
THOMAS NELSON AND SONS
London, Edinburg, Dublin, and New York
|This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1923. It may be copyrighted outside the U.S. (see Help:Public domain).|