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First published 1983 (DOST Vol. V).

Pedagogrie, n. [f. Pedagog(e n.1: cf. 19th c. Eng. pedagoguery.] The post of ‘pedagogue’ or tutor. — 1658 Argyll Synod II. 195.
The synod being informed of the scandalous careage of Mr. Neill McLachlan, paedagogue to McLaine of Dowart, appoynts a lettere to be writtin … requyreing them to remove the said Mr. Neill from his pedagogrie

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