Maurille Antoine Moithey (March 24, 1732 - December 12, 1810) was a French mathematician, cartographer, globemaker, game designer, and bookseller active in Paris in the mid to late 18th century. Moithey was born in Paris. He held the post of 'Ingénieur géographe du Roi' and professor of mathematics to the pages of the Prince and Princess of Conti. Throughout his long career as a geographer, he was an ardent spokesman for the 'freedom of the seas', particularly as applied to the English Channel.