Henri Lefèvre d'Ormesson (8 May 1751, Paris, France – 12 April 1808, Paris, France) was a French politician. In 1783, he very briefly served as Finance Minister at a critical moment when France was on the verge of acknowledging its bankruptcy. A man of inconsiderable fortune, he nevertheless donated to the "destitute women of St.-Cyr." He served as Mayor of Paris starting on 21 November 1792, but resigned immediately. He was replaced by Nicolas Chambon on 30 November 1792.