Le Courrier d'Orient (Greek: Ταχυδρόμος της Ανατολής, French: Le Courrier d'Orient) was a newspaper that was published in Patras in the Achaea in Greece. It was published between 1828 and 1829 during the final years of the Greek War of Independence. It was published by Louis-Maxime Raybaud, a French historian who was the strategic body of Maison (in which is probably a street named Maizonos is named after. and in 1828, they were founded together in Patras. The newspaper was written in the French language and served French readers and soldiers. In April, 1929, Manzar left the city and it stopped publishing the paper. It also received information from Greece.