It is possible these items are by Doughty too;
Particularly if this attribution from Google Books is correct; https://books.google.co.uk/books/about/Fifteen_Features_of_the_Sects_Societies.html?id=mTVoswEACAAJ&redir_esc=y
Job Doughty - January 1847 ~ 8th May 1922, age 75. Birth: Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire, Barnsley. Marriage: April 1893 at Barnsley, Yorkshire, West Riding. Death: Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire, England. Burial: Sheffield General Cemetery, South Yorkshire. Father: Samuel Doughty - 1813 ~ 10th March 1888 ** Mother: Sarah Eldrett - 1812 ~ 12th January 1875 ** Marriage on 3rd June 1851 at Ropsley, Lincoln, England. Wife: Lucy Ella Fletcher Neatby - 16th May 1865 ~ 11th Apr. 1948. ** Father: Joseph Mossforth Neatby -1830 ~ 1900. Mother: Eliza Shaw - 1835 ~ 1905. Children: Edwin Mossforth - April 1895 ~ 1st March 1917. (WWI France) Mary Doughty - 13th April 1896 ~ 29th April 1896. Andrew Fletcher (M.G.J. Meyer) - 2nd July 1897 ~ 8th June 1975. Joseph Neatby (B. Bound) - 14th May 1900 ~ February 1985. Sarah Margaret (H.E. Cox) - 6th March 1902 ~ 22nd March 1994. Eleanor Shaw Doughty - 24th July 1903 ~ 24th March 1994. Madeline May Doughty - 22nd May 1905 ~ March 1971. Samuel Clifford (G.P. Brewer) - 28th March 1907 ~ 5th Oct. 1975. Siblings: Henry (H. Crofts) - 30th Dec. 1839 ~ 9th Feb. 1897. Elizabeth Doughty - 1841 ~11th November 1848. Eliza Doughty - April 1850 ~ 22nd February 1877 ** Annie Doughty - 1851 ~ 7th October 1889 ** Ruth (W. Horn) - June 1853 ~ 1926 ** Also buried at Sheffield General Cemetery.
From c1870 ~ 1876, he was a Circuit Secretary for "The Wesleyan Reform Union." See their magazine "Christian Words" "Job Doughty, A Secretary of the Wesleyan Reform Union 1875, & Circuit Minister. Salem Chapel, Blucher Street, Barnsley. Bro. J. Doughty, of Carbrook, Sheffield Circuit, commenced his labours amongst us as a missionary deputation. He began his missionary tour by preaching two sermons at Bakewell. . . . From Bakewell, he moved on to the north part of the circuit, and held some first-rate meetings at Eyam, Foolow, Stony Middleton, and Grindleford Bridge. His second Sunday was spent at Youlgreave, . . . His third Sunday was spent at Stanton, and his fourth Sabbath at Elton. . . . Our Brother Doughty came among us as a servant of the Lord Jesus, and worked his way through the circuit, as Paul would have done, knowing nothing among the churches but Christ and Him crucified. His great forte was visiting and rousing up the people in their homes. Hundreds of families have been visited, hundreds of tracts have been distributed, and scores of prayers have been offered in the dwellings of the poor in the wild Peak district; and the seed thus sown will, we believe, rise into a great and immortal harvest. . . . Our prayer is that God may bless the mission, and that His servant (our friend and Brother Doughty) may wear many bright stars in his crown, won for Jesus, during his visit amongst us in the Peak of Derbyshire." J. W. Toft, Circuit Secretary.