rest (n.) 1
[period of] peace, calm, repose
AC I.iii.53 [Antony to Cleopatra] quietness, grown sick of rest, would purge / By any desperate change [i.e. become ill after, or because of, a long rest]
KJ IV.ii.55 [Pembroke to King John] If what in rest you have in right you hold [i.e. if you hold by right what you possess in peace]
KL I.i.123 [Lear to Kent, of Cordelia] I ... thought to set my rest / On her kind nursery [also, in gambling: remainder]