1819, from French tabagie, from tabac "tobacco" (see tobacco). A group of smokers who meet in club fashion; a "tobacco-parliament."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for tabagie
A sort of “Tabagie” or tobacco parliament, such as was once in force at Potsdam.An Ocean Tramp
The said dogs are afterwards served at the Tabagie, for they find them palatable.
Doncques, si le mourt a quelques prouisions, il faut qu'il en face Tabagie tous ses parents, & amis.
So if the dying man has some supplies on hand, he must make Tabagie of them for all his relatives and friends.
And so Seckendorf, how can he help it, is installed in the Tabagie; glides into pleasant conversation there.History Of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Volume V. (of XXI.)