From the April 22nd, 1837 issue of "The Primitive Baptist"
'The predestinarian believes in the atonement of the Lord Jesus, and that his righteousness is made over and imputed to all his spiritual children by and through the means or instrumentality of faith, as the law of righteousness that it might be of grace. The predestinarian believes that the means and the end are inseparably connected, and that works and faith are as much united as soul and body; and that God knoweth them that are his." (pg. 126 - see here)
Do so-called Primitive Baptists believe this today?