George Vere Irving (1816–1869) was a Scottish lawyer and antiquary.
George Vere Irving was born on 9 October 1816 and was the only son of Alexander Irving of Newton, Lanarkshire, who became a Scottish judge with the title of Lord Newton. In 1837, he was called to the Scottish bar.
Irving's works were:
- Digest of the Law of the Assessed Taxes in Scotland, Edinburgh, 1841.
- Digest of the Inhabited House Tax Act, London, 1852.
- The Upper Ward of Lanarkshire described and delineated. The Archæological and Historical Section by G. V. Irving. The Statistical and Topographical Section by Alexander Murray, 3 vols. Glasgow, 1864.
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