-Poul Anderson, War Of The Gods (Tor Books, New York, 1999), p. 233.
Except that they would not have called it "England" yet? The Angles gave their name to England and to one part of it, Anglia, although not also to the Welsh island, Anglesey. In any case, Hadding sees Jutes leaving Jutland and Manse Everard sees them after their arrival in England because parts of the first Time Patrol story, "Time Patrol," are set in the same period as War Of The Gods:
"...the Romans had left Britain, the Romano-British civilization was crumbling, and the English were moving in." (Time Patrol, p. 29)
"'Kent was invaded from Jutland...'" (p. 22)
"Among the jostling Jutes, he spotted an occasional Romano-Briton..." (p. 35)
A Jute comments on the displaced British:
"'...I for one see little use in all these books and baths, to say naught of that weird cross-god they have...'" (p. 33)
Many of us now appreciate Roman hygiene and learning even if we do not share their religion.