Alexander Graham Bell demonstrated his telephone to Queen Victoria at Osborne House. Two years earlier on March 10, 1876, Bell had uttered the famous words to his assistant, “Mr. Watson, come here, I want you,” which are considered to be the first ever spoken on a telephone. Later, on August 3, 1876, Bell held further tests and made the first intelligible telephone call from building to building. Bell would later transfer the Canadian patent rights to his father, Alexander Melville Bell (1819–1905), who established the Bell Telephone Company of Canada in 1880 and began the first telephone networks in Canada. Alexander Graham Bell would later say, “Of this you may be sure, the telephone was invented in Canada. It was made in the United States.”